|Mount Sannine (جبل صنين)|
Mount Sannine as seen from Beirut
|Elevation||2,628 m (8,622 ft)|
|Parent range||Mount Lebanon range|
Mount Sannine (Arabic: جبل صنين / ALA-LC: Jabal Șannīn) is a mountain in the Mount Lebanon range. Its highest point is 2,628 m (8,622 feet) above sea level in Lebanon. Mount Sannine, which has a base of limestone, is the source of many mountain springs.
- Jin and Krothe. Hydrogeology: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, page 170
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