Topographical map of France, showing the main mountain ranges
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the highest point in France is Le Mont Blanc, whose summit is at
4,810.45 m (15,782 ft) above sea level . Le Mont Blanc lies on the
border between France and Italy, just south of Switzerland, and is also
the highest peak in Europe.
The second highest mountain range in France is the chain of the
Pyrenees, on the Spanish border.
largest mountain area wholly in France is the Massif Central: this area
covers several contiguous areas of mountain, including
the Monts d'Auvergne,
the Monts du Forez, the Cévennes, the Aubrac, the Causses
and the Montagne Noire.
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