Barania Góra (Polish for "Ram Mountain") (German: Widderberg; Silesian: Baraniŏ Gōra) is a mountain in southern Poland. At a height of 1,220 metres (4003 feet), it is the second highest mountain in the Silesian Beskids, and the highest in the Polish part of Upper Silesia.
|Elevation||1,220 m (4,000 ft)|
|Coordinates||49°36′0″N 18°58′56″E / 49.60000°N 18.98222°ECoordinates: 49°36′0″N 18°58′56″E / 49.60000°N 18.98222°E|
|Location||Silesian Voivodeship, Poland|
|Parent range||Silesian Beskids|
The sources of the Vistula, the longest Polish river, are located on the western slope of the mountain.
- ^ Barania Góra - Tam, gdzie biją źródła Wisły at PolskaNiezwykla.pl