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| coordinates_footnotes = | region = SicilyMetropolitan City of Messina>Messina (ME)| frazioni = Pellizzaro, Toscano, Santa Barbara, Villa Braidi, Santa Maria| mayor_party = | mayor = Filippo Taranto| area_footnotes = | area_total_km2 = 67.4National Institute of Statistics (Italy)>Istat.| population_total = 2485| population_as_of = 31 December 2011| pop_density_footnotes = | population_demonym = Montalbanesi| elevation_footnotes = | elevation_m = 908| twin1 = | twin1_country = | saint = Madonna della Provvidenza| day = 24 August| postal_code = 98065| area_code = 0941weblink}}| footnotes = }}Montalbano Elicona (Sicilian: Muntarbanu) is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Messina in the Italian region Sicily, located about {{convert|150|km|mi}} east of Palermo and about {{convert|50|km|mi}} southwest of Messina on the Nebrodi mountains at the border with the Peloritani range. It is mainly known for the castle built in 1233 by the Emperor Frederick II, the medieval architecture of its streets, the megaliths of Argimusco, and the natural wood of Malabotta.
Montalbano Elicona borders the following municipalities: Basicò, Falcone, Floresta, Francavilla di Sicilia, Librizzi, Malvagna, Oliveri, Patti, Raccuja, Roccella Valdemone, San Piero Patti, Santa Domenica Vittoria, Tripi.File:Megaliti della virilità femminile e maschile, Altopiano dell'Argimusco (ME).JPG|thumbnail|Menhirs in ArgimuscoArgimusco(File:Bosco Malabotta.Sicily.JPG|thumb|The wood of Malabotta.)

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