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Livingston Island
Argentine Claim 25°W-74°W / British Claim: 20°W-80°W / Chilean Claim 53°W-90°W
Platzhalter

The Livingston Island of the South Shetland Archipelago covers an area of 974 square kilometres. The highest mountain on the island is the Mt. Friesland (1'700 m). It belongs to the Tanga Mountain Range.

On the island are situated:
Juan Carlos I Station (Spain)
St.-Kliment-Ohridski-Station (Bulgaria).  

 

www.mountainstamp.com Spain Antarctic Station Juan Carlos stamp 1998

Spain 1998, "10 Years Antarctic Station Juan Carlos I". 

 

Bulgaria 2002, St.-Kliment-Ohridski-Station.
The stamp was issued in the series "10th National Antarctic Expedition".

 

Bulgaria 2006, "10 Years of Bulgarian Antarctic Cartography".
The miniaturesheet depicts the Bulgarian map of Livingston and Greenwich Islands and 5 of the 44 images, which are printed on the original map.

The enlargements below are from the map of the Bulgarian Antarctic Cartography. 

Ongal Peak
Ongal Peak (1'149 m) of the Levski Ridge, Tangra Mountains.

Camp Academia is a geographical locality in eastern Livingston Island.

Bulgarian base at the South Bay.

Williams Point.

Atanasoff Nunatak (523 m), Bowles Ridge in the eastern part of the island.

 

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