Sultan Mountains

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The Sultan Mountains (Turkish: Sultandağ), also known as Sultan Dagh range or Sultan Dag, is a short mountain range on the western edge of the Anatolian Plateau, Turkey with highest elevation of 1,980 m (6,500 ft).

The town of Sultandağı is their namesake.

They are made up of metamorphic rocks datinf from the Lower Cambrian to the Carboniferous period.[1]

West slopes of Sultan Mountains are part of the Lake Beyşehir drainage basin.[1]

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