Mesa de los Tres Reyes
Mesa de los Tres Reyes (Basque: Hiru Erregeen Mahaia, Roncalese Basque: Iror Errege Maia, Aragonese: Meseta d'os Tres Reis, Gascon: Tabla d'eths Tros Rouyes, French: Table des Trois Rois) is a mountain of the Pyrenees. It is the highest point of Spanish Navarre, with an elevation of 2,428 metres (7,966 ft).
|Mesa de los Tres Reyes|
|Elevation||2,428 m (7,966 ft)|
|Prominence||392 m (1,286 ft)|
|English translation||Table of the Three Kings|
|Language of name||Spanish|
Its name, "The Table of the Three Kings", derives from the fact that the mountain is located at the confluence of the ancient kingdoms of Navarre, Aragon, and Béarn; where the three kings of those kingdoms met from time to time to discuss matters of importance.