List of highest mountain peaks of Africa

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This is a list of the highest mountains of Africa.wikipedia
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Mount Kilimanjaro

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The highest African mountain is Kilimanjaro, which has three peaks, named Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira, of which Kibo is the tallest.
It is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain in the world, with its summit of 5895 m above sea level and at about 4900 m high from its plateau base.

Mount Kenya

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Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro.

Mount Meru (Tanzania)

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At a height of 4,562.13 m, it is visible from Mount Kilimanjaro on a clear day, and is the fifth-highest mountain in Africa, dependent on definition.

Ras Dashen

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Ras Dejen (Ge'ez: ራስ ደጀን rās dejen, Amharic "head guard") in English traditionally spelled Ras Dashen, is the highest mountain in Ethiopia and tenth highest mountain of Africa.

Mount Abuna Yosef

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At 4260 m it is the 6th tallest mountain in Ethiopia and the 19th highest of Africa.

Mount Karisimbi

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Karisimbi is the 11th highest mountain of Africa.

Mount Bwahit

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Its altitude is estimated at 4430 or 4437 m above sea level, making it the third highest mountain in Ethiopia and the 13th or 14th highest mountain of Africa.

Mount Mikeno

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At 4437 m Mount Mikeno is the second highest peak in the Virunga Mountains after Karisimbi, and the 13th highest mountain of Africa.

Topographic prominence

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It aims to include the 75 highest mountains with a prominence of at least 500 m. Some regions are still poorly described and the list is likely to be both incomplete and not completely accurate.

Ethiopian Highlands

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This is especially true for the Ethiopian Highlands, where heights on maps and in the literature differ between each other by up to 500 m. All elevations have been checked or chosen to match the SRTM-based contour lines in the Google terrain maps.

Shuttle Radar Topography Mission

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This is especially true for the Ethiopian Highlands, where heights on maps and in the literature differ between each other by up to 500 m. All elevations have been checked or chosen to match the SRTM-based contour lines in the Google terrain maps.

Google Maps

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This is especially true for the Ethiopian Highlands, where heights on maps and in the literature differ between each other by up to 500 m. All elevations have been checked or chosen to match the SRTM-based contour lines in the Google terrain maps.

Tanzania

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Kenya

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Uganda

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Ethiopia

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Rwanda

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