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|Peak||Punta Sa Berritta|
|Elevation||1,362 m (4,469 ft)|
|Native name||Monti di Limbara, Monte de Limbara|
|State/Province||province of Sassari, Sardinia, Italy|
It is located in the geographical and historical region of Gallura.
The name could derive from the Latin Limes Balares ("Boundary of the Balares"), given it by the Romans as it marked the frontier with the territory still in the hands of the Balares, a late Nuragic tribe.
On the top of the massif was located a NATO U.S. Air Force Communications Relay Station and a Carabinieri's barrack. Today it is used as a telecommunications center for the Italian Air Force and a heliport for the Servizio Antincendi. It is also the location of all the major TV relay stations of West Sardinia.