|Geographical location||Princess Elisabeth Land , East Antarctica|
The Lake Bisernoye ( English , Russian Озеро Бисерное Ossero Bissernoje , German , Perlensee ' ) is a lake on the Ingrid Christensen Coast of the East Antarctic Princess Elisabeth country . In the Vestfold Mountains, it lies in the east of the Breidnes Peninsula, immediately northeast of Lake Zvezda .
Aerial photographs of the US American Operation Highjump (1946–1947), aerial photographs of the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions made between 1957 and 1958, and those of a Soviet Antarctic expedition from 1956 were used to map it. Russian scientists named him. The Antarctic Names Committee of Australia transferred the Russian name in a partial translation into English.