| 1,822 m|
| Province of Campobasso|
| Molise and Campania, Italy|
Matese, Monte Miletto, Monte Acero, Monti della Meta, Taburnus
Monte Mutria Wikipedia
The Monte Mutria is a mountain in the Matese mountain range, part of the central-southern Apennines, southern Italy. Having an altitude of 1,822 m, it is located in the eastern part of the massif, on the boundary between Molise and Campania.
Its peak commands the valleys of the rivers Tammaro easthwards, Calore Irpino southwards, Volturno westwards, and both the Tyrrhennian and the Adriatic Seas are visible from it. In ancient times, it was a sacred place to the Italic tribe of the Samnites.
The Molisan side have wide woods of pines and beeches, while the Campanians side is more rocky, with parts characterized by Karst topography.