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Rumija Mountains (Montenegro)

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Geographic headingRumija Mountains (Montenegro)
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Geographic subdivision usageMontenegro--Rumija Mountains
Variant(s)Rumia Mountains (Montenegro)
Rumiya Mountains (Montenegro)
See alsoDinaric Alps
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Found inWork cat.: Kisha e sherrit, 2014: English summary, page 154 (Rumia Mountain; 1593 meters tall; one of the highest mountains in Montenegro)
Geonet, November 22, 2016 (Rumija (Approved), Montenegro; MTS (mountains); 45°05'49"N 019°12'27"E; also entry for Rumija, peak in Montenegro; 42°06'11"N 019°11'16")
Columbia gazetteer of the world (Rumija; mountains in Dinaric Alps, southern Montenegro; highest point 1,593 meters; also spelled Rumiya)
Wikipedia, November 22, 2016 (Rumija; a mountain in southern Montenegro; highest point is 1,594 meters; the site has great religious significance: the Cross of Jovan Vladimir is carried to its summit every year at Pentecost; in 2005 the Serbian Orthodox Church used a helicopter to mount a metal church building on the summit which caused a lot of controversy)