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Monte Cocuzzo, Mendicino

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Monte Cocuzzo is a mountain in the Catena Costiera in the Calabrian Apennines, in the province of Cosenza, southern Italy. It has an elevation of 1,541 m.

The name derives from the Latin Cacutium, in turn from the Greek κακός κύτος, meaning "bad stone" or "bad hole", referring to its alleged volcanic origin (shown also by its conical shape). Geologically, however, Monte Cocuzzo consists of sedimentary strata, mostly dolomite.

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  • Getting to the top (Vetta) by car may be tricky for people who are not used to drive on narrow roads (with no guardrails) which are also in poor conditions. Nonetheless, once you get there, the view....  more »
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  • Beautiful! From its peak the gaze spans much of Calabria; the sila, the pollen, the Tyrrhenian coast (in the clear days seen on stromboli) the valley of the crati with its many population centers.
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