The Vršac Mountains (Serbian: Вршачке планине / Vršačke planine, Romanian: Munții Vârșeț), also known as Vršac Hill (Serbian: Вршачки брег / Vršački breg, Romanian: Dealurile Vârșețului), are mountains located near Vršac, in the Banat, Serbia and partially also in Romania. They represent an independent and distinct massif, 19 kilometers long and spreading on an area of 170 square kilometers, of which 122 belong to Serbia and 48 to Romania. The Vršac mountains have a shape of an arch, where the basic mountain mass takes the central position, while the hills extend to the south and north. The Mountains are built of Paleozoic rocks (which date back over 260 million years) which are surrounded by Neogene sediments (about 60 m.y.old), including those of the ancient Pannonian sea (about 25 m.y.old). Contrary to some literature data, the Vršac Mountains are not part of the Carpathians but belong to Serbian-Macedonian Massif according to their geotectonic position and geological structure. Specific forms of geomorphological diversity, naturally sculpted – made of gneiss and schist are represented in solitary or clustered hummocks.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Gudurički vrh is
# 1 out of 298 in Vojvodina # 1 out of 51 in South Banat Administrative District
By prominence Gudurički vrh is
# 1 out of 298 in Vojvodina # 1 out of 51 in South Banat Administrative District # 37 out of 6337 in Serbia
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