Dešat or Deshat (Macedonian: Дешат; definite Albanian form: Deshati) is a mountain on the border between Albania and North Macedonia.[1] The mountain is characterised by its steep peaks: Mal and Golem Krčin and Velivar. The highest peak on the mountain, Velivar, 2,375 m (7,792 ft) above the sea level. Other significant peaks are: Deli Senica, and Suva Bara. Dešat also has deep river gorges, immense forests, and small glacial mountain lakes. The nearest town from the Albanian side is Peshkopi and from the Macedonian side is Debar.

Dešat
Deshat
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Highest point
Elevation2,375 m (7,792 ft)
Coordinates41°38′N 20°32′E / 41.63°N 20.54°E / 41.63; 20.54
Geography
Dešat Deshat is located in Albania
Dešat Deshat
Dešat
Deshat
Dešat Deshat is located in North Macedonia
Dešat Deshat
Dešat
Deshat
CountriesAlbania and North Macedonia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pandi Geço (1959). Shqipëria: pamje fiziko-ekonomike. Tekst për Fakultetin e histori-filologijsë dhe Fakultetin ekonomik. Mihal Duri. p. 14.