Kalina Point

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Kalina Point
Geographical location
Kalina Point (Antarctic Peninsula)
Kalina Point
Coordinates 65 ° 28 ′  S , 62 ° 5 ′  W Coordinates: 65 ° 28 ′  S , 62 ° 5 ′  W
location Grahamland , Antarctic Peninsula
coast Oskar II coast
Waters Exasperation Inlet
Waters 2 Domlyan Bay

The Kalina Point (English, Bulgarian нос Калина nos Kalina ) is a rocky headland on the Oscar-II. coast of Graham Lands on the Antarctic Peninsula . It is located in Exasperation Inlet on the south side of the entrance to Domlyan Bay . As the eastern extension of Parlichev Ridge , it is 4.75 km south of Radovene Point and 7.5 km northwest of Sandilh Point . It was exposed as a result of the breakup of the Larsen Ice Shelf in 2002 and the subsequent retreat of the Melville Glacier .

They were mapped in 2012. The Bulgarian Commission for Antarctic Geographical Names named them in 2013 after localities in north-west and north-east Bulgaria .

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