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Lake Peak (Albanian: Maja e Liqenit, Serbian: Jezerska planina) is a mountain in southern Kosovo and northern Macedonia, in the Šar Mountains range. The mountain reaches a height of 2,471 m (8,107 ft) above sea level and it is closest to the peak of Peskovi which is several metres higher at 2,651 m (8,698 ft).[clarification needed]
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see also the List of mountains in Kosovo.
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