Mont Nabemba

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Mont Nabemba
Mont Nabemba is located in Republic of the Congo
Mont Nabemba
Mont Nabemba
Location of Mont Nabeba in the Republic of the Congo
Highest point
Elevation1,020 m (3,350 ft) [1]
ListingCountry high point
Coordinates01°51′00″N 13°59′00″E / 1.85000°N 13.98333°E / 1.85000; 13.98333Coordinates: 01°51′00″N 13°59′00″E / 1.85000°N 13.98333°E / 1.85000; 13.98333[1]
Geography
LocationRepublic of the Congo

Mont Nabemba is the highest mountain in Republic of the Congo. Located in Sangha Department,[2] the mountain has an elevation of 1,020 metres (3,346 ft).

Nabemba Tower in Brazzaville is named after the mountain.[3]

Mining[edit]

Iron ore deposits are located in the vicinity. Sundance Resources are drilling in preparation to mine the total mountain.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Mont Nabeba" on Peakbagger.com Retrieved 2 October 2011
  2. ^ John F. Clark and Samuel Decalo, Historical Dictionary of Republic of the Congo, fourth edition (2012), Scarecrow Press, pages 305 and 392.
  3. ^ Africa Economic Digest, volume 11, issues 1–12 (1990), page 9.

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