Montana Bluff

Montana Bluff (Vrah Montana 'vr&h mon-'ta-na) is an ice-covered peak rising to 670 m at the end of a side ridge running south-southeast from Ticha Peak in central Bowles Ridge, Livingston Island. Surmounting Perunika Glacier to the west and southwest, and Huron Glacier to the east and southeast. It is named after the city of Montana in Northwestern Bulgaria.

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    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)