|Elevation||929 m (3,048 ft)|
|Parent range||Peres mountain range|
Mount Peres (Arabic: تل الفرس, Tall al-Faras, Hebrew: הר פֶּרֶס, Har Peres) is a volcanic mountain located in central Golan Heights, some 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi) aest of Moshav Keshet. Its highest point is 929 metres (3,048 ft) above sea level, or about 200 metres (660 ft) above ground level. The mountain is the southernmost of a series of dormant volcanoes that stretch up to the northern parts of the Golan Heights. On top of the mountain is a well-preserved crater, 200 meters in diameter and 35 metres (115 ft) deep.
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