The Mount Olympus massif of Triassic to Eocene limestone and dolomite surmounted by Eocene flysch, crops out in a fenster in the Pelagonian nappe of undated granite, migmatite, gneiss, augen gneiss, amphibolite, and mica schist overlain by Triassic to Jurassic limestone and shale, Jurassic ophiolite, Cretaceous limestone, and Maestrichtian (upper Cretaceous) flysch. Two episodes of metamorphism are present: an older epizonal to mesozonal one affecting all formations below the Jurassic ophiolite, and followed by migmatization; and a younger metamorphism of Alpine age and mesozonal to catazonal intensity affecting all formations below the Maestrichtian.

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