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Turret Peak


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Livingston Island, Antarctica

Turret Peak is a prominent rock peak, 2,790 m, standing 7 miles northwest of Crosscut Peak in Millen Range. The peak is topped with a 10 m vertical spire, or tower, which is an excellent landmark. Named for its distinctive appearance by the Southern party of NZFMCAE, 1962–63.
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