Mount Kerkis (Kerketevs), Greece

Prominence: 1437 m, 4715 ft

Elevation: 1437 meters, 4715 feet

True Isolation: 95.89 km, 59.59 mi
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)37° 43' 38'' N, 26° 37' 19'' E
37.727146, 26.621962 (Dec Deg)
466687 E 4175609 N, Zone 35 (UTM)
State/ProvinceSouthern Aegean (Highest Point)

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The highest point on the island of Samos. The island of Samos is located in the eastern Aegean and is less than 2 miles from Turkey. The second highest point in the Aegean after Samothraki's Mt Fengari. The peak has many shrines and caves.
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Prominence  Clean Prominence: 1437 m/4715 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 1437 m/4715 ft
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   Distance: 95.89 km/59.59 mi
   Isolation Limit Point: 38.3592, 27.3667
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Boz Dag  (NE)
RangesContinent: Europe
Range2: Balkan Peninsula
Range3: Greek Islands
Drainage BasinsIslands-Mediterranean-Europe
Atlantic Ocean
IslandSámos (Highest Point)
Data SourceShuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) data
This peak was submitted to the database by Robert Murray.

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