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Taran Plateau is the ice-covered plateau of elevation 1100 to 1700 m on the east side of Harvey Heights in Stribog Mountains on Brabant Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. It extends 5.5 km in east-west direction and 3.3 km in north-south direction, and is bounded by Laënnec Glacier on the north, Svetovrachene Glacier on the east and south, and the head of Malpighi Glacier on the southwest. The feature is connected to Avroleva Heights to the east by Doriones Saddle, and has its southwest part abutted by Basarbovo Ridge. It has steep and partly ice-free north slopes and small parts of the southeast and southwest slopes.
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