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mountains is the Western name for the Eastern Lebanon Mountain
Range (Arabic: ), which are a southwest-northeast-trending mountain
range between Syria and Lebanon. Its Western name (Anti-Lebanon)
comes from the Greek word for 'opposite'. The majority of the
mountain range lies in Syria. The border between Syria and Lebanon
is largely defined along the crest of the range. At its southern
end it is also within the Golan Heights. The range lies east of and
parallel (opposite) to the Mount Lebanon range. To the west lies
the Beqaa Valley in the north and the Hasbani River valley in the
south. These valleys separate it from the Lebanon range in central
Lebanon. To the east, in Syria, lies the Eastern Plateau which
contains the city of Damascus.
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