Montes Apenninus or The Apennine Mountain Range are a rugged mountain range on the northern part of the Moon’s near side.
They are named after the Apennine Mountains in Italy.
The Lunar mountain range formed 3.9 billion years ago, and have an elevation: 5,400 m (17,700 ft).

The red dot in the 2nd image marks the location of the Apollo 15 (the fourth manned) landing site, right beside Hadley Rille tucked at the northern portion of the front/base of this massive Mountian range.

Astronauts David Scott and James Irwin landed on the Apennine Front and spent three days performing fieldwork, and collecting samples, which makes these mountains a focal point of intensive scientific study to this day.

C90 Maksuktov Telescope & ZWO 174MM Cooled Cmos Camera. 700 x 6ms Exposures Stacked.
Captured from my backyard in Dayton, Ohio on 12/12/2021.