Regianum Peak

Regianum Peak

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Regianum Peak is the mostly ice-covered peak of elevation 900 m in the northeast part of Stribog Mountains on Brabant Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. It surmounts Paré Glacier to the north and Laënnec Glacier to the south, and has its northern foothills connected to Stavertsi Ridge to the northeast by Viamata Saddle.

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