Mount Sannine

Mount Sannine is a mountain in the range. Its highest point is 2,628 m above sea level in Lebanon. Mount Sannine, which has a base of limestone, is the source of many mountain springs.

Localities in the Area

is a municipality in the of the in .

is a village situated at an altitude ranging from 1250 metres above sea level and climbs up to approximately 1800 meters of height at Qanat Bakish, making it one of the highest villages of . is situated 8 km west of Mount Sannine. Photo: Yasmin Cury, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a village and municipality in the of the , . is situated 9 km northwest of Mount Sannine. Photo: FOSS-the-world, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Mount Sannine

33.9502° or 33° 57' 0.6" north
35.8786° or 35° 52' 42.9" east
Open Location Code
2,524 metres (8,281 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 5367969026
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: جبل صنين
  • Arabic: جبل صنين‎
  • Cebuano: Jabal Şannīn
  • Dutch: Jabal Şannīn
  • Dutch: Mount Sannine
  • Hebrew: ג'בל סנין
  • Hebrew: הר סאנין
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Sannine
  • Persian: کوه سنین
  • Portuguese: Monte Sannine
  • Spanish: Monte Sannine - Libano
  • Spanish: Monte Sannine - Líbano
  • Swahili (generic): Mlima Sannine
  • Swedish: Jabal Şannīn
  • Jabal Sannin

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