Hyblaean Mountains

Hyblaean Mountains
Monti-Iblei-map-bjs.jpg
Location of Monti Iblei.
Highest point
Elevation986 m (3,235 ft)
Coordinates37°06′58″N 14°49′13″E / 37°06′58″N 14°49′13″E / 37.11611; 14.82028
Geography
Hyblaean Mountains is located in Italy
Hyblaean Mountains
Hyblaean Mountains
Italy
LocationProvince of Ragusa, Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
Climbing
Easiest routemountain walk from the road at Buscemi

The Hyblaean Mountains (Italian: Monti Iblei)[1] is a mountain range in south-eastern Sicily, Italy. It straddles the provinces of Ragusa, Syracuse and Catania. The highest peak of the range is Monte Lauro, at 986 m.

History

The name derives from the Siculi king Hyblon, who gave a portion of his territory to Greek colonists to build the town of Megara Hyblaea.

Other Languages
Cebuano: Monti Iblei
čeština: Iblei
Deutsch: Monti Iblei
español: Montes Ibleos
Esperanto: Ibleaj montoj
français: Monts Hybléens
italiano: Monti Iblei
Nederlands: Monti Iblei
русский: Иблеи
sicilianu: Munti Ibblei
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Monti Iblei