Rosni Peak

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Rosni Peak
Rosni Peak is located in Montenegro
Rosni Peak
Rosni Peak
Location in Montenegro, on the border with Albania
Highest point
Elevation 2,524 m (8,281 ft)
Coordinates 42°28′46″N 19°51′2″E / 42.47944°N 19.85056°E / 42.47944; 19.85056Coordinates: 42°28′46″N 19°51′2″E / 42.47944°N 19.85056°E / 42.47944; 19.85056
Geography
Location Albania / Montenegro
Parent range Prokletije

Rosni Peak Serbian: Rosni Vrh/Росни Врх, Albanian: Maja e Rosit) is the highest peak of a mountain named Bjelić (of the Prokletije mountain range), located in Montenegro on the Montenegrin–Albanian border. It is 2,524 m[1] (8,280 feet) high, the third highest mountain in Montenegro.

A plaque on the peak, set up by locals, reads in Albanian and English, despite its location in Montenegro.[2] This is seen as Albanianization of Serbian names.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Srpsko geografsko društvo (2003). Bulletin de la Société serbe de geographie. 83–84. Srpsko geografsko društvo. p. 91. 
  2. ^ "Терористи АНА већ нишане sa Проклетијa?". Novosti. 
  3. ^ "Дивља лепота Проклетија". Novosti. 

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