Monte Catria

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Monte Catria
Monte Catria - Visto da Ripalta di Arcevia.JPG
Panorama from Arcevia
Elevation 1,702 m (5,584 ft)
Location
Location Marche, Italy
Range Central Apennines
Coordinates 43°27′42″N 12°42′16″E / 43.46167°N 12.70444°E / 43.46167; 12.70444Coordinates: 43°27′42″N 12°42′16″E / 43.46167°N 12.70444°E / 43.46167; 12.70444

The Monte Catria is a mountain in the central Apennines, in the province of Pesaro e Urbino, Marche, central Italy. The highest peak is at 1,702 metres (5,584 ft) above sea level.

It is a massif of limestone rocks dating to some 200 million years ago.

Historically, it marked the boundary between the Exarchate of Ravenna and the Duchy of Spoleto

The source of the Cesano river is located nearby.