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Tromedja (Albanian: Trekufiri; Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Тромеђа, Tromeđa) is a mountain in the Bogićevica area in the Prokletije range. Its peak which measures a height of 2,366 m (7,762 ft) above sea level forms a boundary between Albania, Kosovo[a] and Montenegro. Albania contains the south of the mountain which is the majority of it, Kosovo the north-east and Montenegro the north-west. There is a valley in the Albanian and Kosovan side of the mountain. The village of Debërdol in Albania is located quite close to the summit.
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