Anvil Crag

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latitude-62.2
longitude-58.483
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latitude-62.192
longitude-58.483
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300 metre
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9/22/2010
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Anvil Crag (62°12′S 58°29′W / 62.200°S 58.483°W / -62.200; -58.483Coordinates: 62°12′S 58°29′W / 62.200°S 58.483°W / -62.200; -58.483) is a rock crag rising to 300 metres (980 ft) 1 nautical mile (2 km) west-southwest of Sphinx Hill, King George Island. The vertical crag is at the head of a medial moraine. It was descriptively named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1977; with its three rock faces and flat top, it has the appearance of an anvil.
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