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Matochina Peak Wikipedia
Matochina Point (Bulgarian: връх Маточина, ‘Vrah Matochina’ \'vr&h 'ma-to-chi-na) is a peak rising to 750 m in the north extremity of Imeon Range on Smith Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Situated 3.3 km west-southwest of Cape Smith and 3.2 km northeast of Mount Christi. Overlooking Saparevo Glacier to the west and southwest, Vedena Cove to the west and Glozhene Cove to the northeast. Bulgarian early mapping in 2009. Named after the settlement and medieval fortress of Matochina in southeastern Bulgaria.