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Monte Faito seen from Naples at dawn.
|Elevation||1,131 m (3,711 ft)|
It is mostly composed of limestone rocks, and has steep walls directly ending into the sea of the Gulf of Salerno. The name derives from the local dialect faggeto, referring to the great numbers of beeches in the mountain area.
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