Streoc (Albanian: Strellc/Streoc/Malet e Strellcit; Serbian: Стреочка планина, Streočka planina) is a mountain in Western Kosovo[a], in the Prokletije range. To its right is the Metohija valley. At 2,377-metre-high (7,799 ft) peak, Streoc stands out very well and from the city of Peć there is a good view of the whole mountain. The village of Streoc found around the mountain is named after the mountain. From the town of Klina in the far east of the valley Streoc looks to be even higher than Đeravica, the highest mountain in Kosovo. The mountain located in Streoc is known to be highly rich in minerals and other valuable materials. The favourable position of Streoc, makes the village a place of great interest for foreign investors.
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