Maglić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маглић; pronounced [mǎɡliːtɕ]) is the highest peak at an elevation of 2,386 metres (7,828 ft) in the hill ranges of Plješevica, Grmeč, Cincar and Raduša in the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Maglić borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It is oriented in a northwest-southeast direction. Maglić is the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It lies within the Sutjeska National Park, which was established in 1962.

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  • Maglić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маглић; pronounced [mǎɡliːtɕ]) is the highest peak at an elevation of 2,386 metres (7,828 ft) in the hill ranges of Plješevica, Grmeč, Cincar and Raduša in the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Maglić borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It is oriented in a northwest-southeast direction. Maglić is the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It lies within the Sutjeska National Park, which was established in 1962. The park is drained by the Sutjeska River, the watershed of the river is partly formed by the canyon parts of Maglić mountain; with Vučevo (1,862 metres (6,109 ft)) and Zelengora (2,014 metres (6,608 ft)) also forming part of the watershed boundary. (en)
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  • Maglić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маглић; pronounced [mǎɡliːtɕ]) is the highest peak at an elevation of 2,386 metres (7,828 ft) in the hill ranges of Plješevica, Grmeč, Cincar and Raduša in the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Maglić borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It is oriented in a northwest-southeast direction. Maglić is the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It lies within the Sutjeska National Park, which was established in 1962. (en)
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