Monte Vettore (2476 m) Sibillini Mountains, Italy

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Monte Vettore (2476 m)

Monte Vettore is a mountain on the border between Umbria and the Marche, in central Italy. It is part of the Sibillini Mountains range and lies in the Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini. Today climbers reach it from the Umbrian side from Norcia, or, on the Marche side, from Ascoli Piceno. Below the peak, in a small enclosed valley is one lake called the Lago di Pilato, at an altitude of 1,940 metres, where, according to the local medieval legend, the body of a remorseful Pontius Pilate was buried in the waters.



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