Dinaric Alps (Dinara Planina) Mountain range running parallel to the e coast of the Adriatic Sea. Forming part of the e Alps, it extends from the Istrian peninsula (Croatia) to nw Albania, with peaks over 2400m (7900ft). Length: 640km (400mi).
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