This is a list of Italian regions by highest point.[1] There are 20 regions, but in one case (Serra Dolcedorme) the highest point is shared between two of them (Basilicata and Calabria[2]), so there are only 19 highest points listed.

List

The Marmolada, highest point of Veneto
The Corno Grande, highest point of central Italy
Mount Etna, in Sicily (southern Italy)
Region Highest point Province Elevation
Aosta Valley Monte Bianco[3] none 4,810 m
Piemonte Grenzgipfel (Monte Rosa) VB 4,618 m
Lombardia Punta Perrucchetti (Bernina massif) SO 4,021 m
Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Ortles / Ortler BZ 3,902 m
Sicily Etna CT 3,343 m
Veneto Marmolada[4] BL 3,342 m
Abruzzo Corno Grande (Gran Sasso) AQ, TE 2,912 m
Friuli-Venezia Giulia Monte Coglians UD 2,780 m
Marche Monte Vettore AP 2,476 m
Lazio Monte Gorzano RI 2,458 m
Umbria Cima del Redentore PG 2,448 m
Basilicata Serra Dolcedorme (Pollino) PZ 2,267 m
Calabria Serra Dolcedorme (Pollino) CS 2,267 m
Molise Monte Meta IS 2,242 m
Liguria Monte Saccarello IM 2,201 m
Emilia-Romagna Monte Cimone MO 2,165 m
Tuscany Monte Prado LU 2,054 m
Campania La Gallinola CE 1,923 m
Sardegna Punta La Marmora (Gennargentu) NU, OG 1,834 m
 Apulia Monte Cornacchia FG 1,152 m

References

  1. ^ Il libro dei Fatti 2001, AA.VV., adn Kronos libri, Rome, 2000
  2. ^ Serra Dolcedorme, Italy, page on www.peakbagger.com accessed on 23-12-2015
  3. ^ Since the French Revolution, the issue of the ownership of the summit has been debated, see Mont Blanc, Ownership of the summit
  4. ^ The ownership is disputed between Veneto and Trentino regions www.ilpost.it/2018/09/25/marmolada-veneto/ (in italian)

See also