Sinjajevina

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Sinjajevina
Sinjajevina, predhuri Durmitoru - celorocne obyvana salas, 1.jpg
Sinjajevina
Highest point
Elevation 2,277 m (7,470 ft)
Coordinates 42°57′30″N 19°20′00″E / 42.95833°N 19.33333°E / 42.95833; 19.33333Coordinates: 42°57′30″N 19°20′00″E / 42.95833°N 19.33333°E / 42.95833; 19.33333
Geography
Sinjajevina is located in Montenegro
Sinjajevina
Sinjajevina
Location in Montenegro
Location Montenegro

Sinjajevina (pronounced [sǐɲajɛʋina]; also known as Sinjavina, [sǐɲaːʋina]) is a mountain in northern Montenegro. The highest point of Sinjajevina is Torna, which is 2,277 m (7,470 ft) high.

Features[edit]

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near Žabljak. The massif is 40 km long and 15 km wide.

Geologically, its composition is cretaceous limestone. The high mountain plain averages 1,600 m (5,249 ft) in height, with only a few peaks of higher elevation.

Peaks[edit]

The highest peaks of Mt Sinjajevina are:

  • Jablanov vrh 2,277 m (7,470 ft)
  • Torna 2,203 m (7,228 ft)
  • Gradiste 2,214 m (7,264 ft)
  • Sto 2,172 m (7,126 ft)
  • Savina greda 2,101 m (6,893 ft)
  • Veliki Pecarac 2,042 m (6,699 ft)
  • Veliki Starac 2,022 m (6,634 ft)
  • Babin vrh 2,013 m (6,604 ft)
  • Sto 1,959 m (6,427 ft)
  • Korman 1,923 m (6,309 ft)
  • Mali Starac 1,921 m (6,302 ft)

Lakes[edit]

Mt Sinjajevina is home to two lakes, both in a process of natural extinction:

  • Zabojsko Lake
  • Zminičko Lake

See also[edit]

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