Cervati

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Cervati is an Italian mountain of the Province of Salerno, Campania.

Cervati
Monte Cervati.jpg
Highest point
Elevation1,898 m (6,227 ft)
Coordinates40°16′N 15°28′E / 40.267°N 15.467°E / 40.267; 15.467Coordinates: 40°16′N 15°28′E / 40.267°N 15.467°E / 40.267; 15.467
Geography
Cervati is located in Italy
Cervati
Cervati
Location in Italy
LocationProvince of Salerno (Campania, Italy)
Parent rangeLucan Subappennines

GeographyEdit

The mountain is located in the north-western side of the municipality of Sanza, close to the forest area of Pruno. It is the source of the river Bussento.

With 1,898 amsl it is the highest mountain of Cilento, followed by Panormo (part of Alburni range, 1,742 amsl), Faiatella (1,710) and Gelbison (1,705). It is also the second highest mountain of Campania, after the Monte Miletto of Matese (2,050), located partly in Molise.

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External linksEdit

  Media related to Cervati at Wikimedia Commons