Mesa de los Tres Reyes
|Mesa de los Tres Reyes|
Mesa de los Tres Reyes viewed from Lac de Lhurs.
|Elevation||2,428 m (7,966 ft)|
|Prominence||392 m (1,286 ft)|
|Translation||Table of the Three Kings (Spanish)|
Mesa de los Tres Reyes (Basque: Hiru Erregeen Mahaia, Roncalese Basque: Iror Errege Maia, Aragonese: Meseta d'os Tres Reis, Gascon: Tabla d'eths Tros Rouyes, French: Table des Trois Rois) is a mountain of the Pyrenees. It is the highest point of Spanish Navarre, with an elevation of 2,428 metres (7,966 ft).
Its name, "The Table of the Three Kings", derives from the fact that the mountain is located at the confluence of the ancient kingdoms of Navarre, Aragon, and Béarn; where the three kings of those kingdoms met from time to time to discuss matters of importance.
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