The maritime Alps
They gave their name to the French department of the the Alpes-Maritimes pertaining to the area Provence-Alp-Coast of Azure. They also extend on the Alp-of-High-Provence, the Piedmont and the Ligurie.
The maritime Alps lie between the frontier collars of Larche and of Tende and are located between the the Alps cottiennes at north and the the ligure Alps at south-east. They are drained mainly by the Stura di Demonte, the the Verdon, the Var and the Roya.
They are formed by the solid masses of the Mercantour/Argentera, of the Pelat, the Préalpes de Grasse and the Préalpes of Nice.
The culminating point of this subset of the Alps is the Cime of Will silver plate (3297 m), followed by the Cime of Froze (3143 m).
Historydetailed Article: the Alpes-Maritimes (Roman province)
- Aspires to It
- National park of Mercantour
- Géographie of the Western Alps
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