Pimpirev Ice Wall is the rectilinear ice slope running parallel to and some 100 m inland from the northwest coast of Emona Harbour in Livingston Island, Antarctica. Approx. 50 m high, extending from the north corner of Emona Harbour 3,700 m in west-southwest direction. Named for Christo Pimpirev, leader of the Bulgarian Antarctic campaigns during the 1993/94, 1994/95, 1995/96, and subsequent seasons, who also conducted geological field work on Alexander Island during the summer of 1987/88.
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