|Mountain of Smoke|
|Jabal ad Dukhan|
|Elevation||134 m (440 ft)|
|Prominence||134 m (440 ft)|
|Listing||Country high point|
|Native name||جبل الدخان (Arabic)|
The Mountain of Smoke (Arabic: جبل الدخان, Jabal al Dukhan) is a hill in the Southern Governorate of Bahrain. At 134 m (440 ft) above mean sea level, it is the country's highest point. The Mountain of Smoke is named as such because of the haze which often surrounds it on humid days. A number of caves of indeterminate type are in the vicinity of the mountain.
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