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Jebel ech Chambi

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Jebel ech Chambi

Jebel ech Chambi
Elevation 1,544 m (5,066 ft)[1]
Listing Country high point
Jebel ech Chambi is located in Tunisia
Jebel ech Chambi
Jebel ech Chambi
Location of Jebel ech Chambi in Tunisia
Location Tunisia

Jebel ech Chambi (Arabic: جبل الشعانبي‎; also spelled Mount Ash-Sha'nabi) is the highest mountain in Tunisia at 1544m. It stands above the city of Kasserine in western central Tunisia and is covered by a pine forest.


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