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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 2545Macedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  83500.58WSW Radius Search
KorabAlbania/Macedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  90681.37W7116Radius Search
Maja e MoravësMacedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  89171.45WSW Radius Search
Titov VrhMacedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  901618.2NE Radius Search
PastrikKosovo/Albania  Dinaric Alps  652229.17N4691Radius Search
RaducMacedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  683130.81S2198Radius Search
Solunska GlavaMacedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  833343.33E5466Radius Search
VodnoMacedonia  Greek-Albanian Ranges  349744.1ENE Radius Search
DaravicaKosovo  Dinaric Alps  872055.96NNW3339Radius Search
KolataAlbania  Dinaric Alps  837658.76NW Radius Search
Maja KolataAlbania/Montenegro  Dinaric Alps  831459.23NW Radius Search
Maja e JezercësAlbania  Dinaric Alps  883959.7NW6680Radius Search
RositAlbania/Montenegro  Dinaric Alps  828460.36NW Radius Search

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