Gusan (Albanian: Maja e Gusanit, Serbian: Гусан, Gusan) is a mountain located in Albania and Kosovo[a]. At 2,540 m (8,333 ft) high, it is the highest mountain that is shared between the two. This mountain belongs to the Prokletije. It is connected by a ridge to Đeravica in Kosovo, which is only a few kilometres south from it.
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