Nevlya Peak (Bulgarian: връх Невля, ‘Vrah Nevlya’ \'vr&h 'ne-vlya\) is an ice-covered peak rising to 390 m in Breznik Heights on Greenwich Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Situated 620 m west of Terter Peak, 1.64 km north-northwest of the summit of Ephraim Bluff, 1.15 km east-southeast of the summit of Oborishte Ridge and 1.35 km east of Salash Nunatak. Overlooking Wulfila Glacier to the west and south.
The peak is named after the settlement of Dolna (Lower) Nevlya in western Bulgaria.
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