The Venediger Group (German: Venedigergruppe) is a sub-group of the Austrian Central Alps in the Eastern Alps. Together with the Ankogel Group, the Goldberg Group, the Glockner Group, the Schober Group, the Kreuzeck Group, the Granatspitze Group, the Villgraten Mountains and the Rieserferner Group the Venediger Group forms the main range known as the High Tauern. The Venediger Group is located in Austria in the federal states of Salzburg and Tyrol, and also in Italy in the region of Trentino-South Tyrol. However the greater part of the range lies in Tyrol (East Tyrol). The highest peak in the Venediger Group is the Großvenediger (3,666 m AA) which gives its name to the group.
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