Jôf di Montasio

Jôf di Montasio from Monte Sasso di Lusari

Jôf di Montasio (Italian) or Montaž (Slovene) with the altitude of 2,754 meters is the second highest peak of the Julian Alps, surpassed only by Mount Triglav. The original Slovene name of the mountain is Špik nad Policami or Poliški Špik, however nowadays the most used is Montaž, borrowed from the Italian. At the top of the mountain stand a cross and a bell in memoriam to Riccardo Deffar.

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Coordinates: 46°26′N 13°26′E / 46.433°N 13.433°E / 46.433; 13.433


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