Dahei Mountain

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Dahei Mountain
大黑山  Dàhēi Shān
Dalian University in 2018 02.jpg
Dahei Mountain, viewed from the campus of Dalian University
Highest point
Elevation 663 m (2,175 ft)
Listing Highest in Dalian's 6 Districts
Geography
Parent range Qianshan Mountains

Dahei Mountain (Chinese :大黑山; pinyin :Dàhēi Shān) is located in Jinzhou District, Dalian, Liaoning province, China. Its peak is 663 metres above sea level. It belongs to the Qianshan Mountains, named after Qian Mountain in Anshan, that extends themselves from the Changbai Mountains.[ citation needed ]

It is the highest mountain in the southern Liaodong Peninsula.

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    Coordinates: 39°06′14″N121°46′52″E / 39.10389°N 121.78111°E / 39.10389; 121.78111