Monte Linas

Monte Linas is a massif in south-western Sardinia, Italy. It is mostly composed of granite, and includes numerous mineral deposits, such as zinc and lead. Peaks include Perda de sa Mesa (1236 m), the highest peak in souther Sardinia, Monte Lisone (1082 m), punta di San Miali (1062 m), punta Magusu (1023 m).

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Coordinates: 39°27′N 8°37′E / 39.450°N 8.617°E / 39.450; 8.617

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