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Benin Physical Map

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Benin Physical Map: Freehand
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Vector map showing the relief of Benin. Physical map. It also shows the main geographical and altitude, with an altitude scale. Since the highest peak Mount Sagboroa (658 m) to lowest point in Atlantic Ocean.

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Vector map showing the relief of Benin and its main geographical feature. Shape stretched between the Niger River to the north and the coastal plain in the south, the relief of the whole country is very broken. The north consists mainly of savannah and semi-arid highlands. The southern region consists of a low coastal plain dotted with swamps, lakes and lagoons such as Lake Nohoué or lagoon of Porto Novo in which empties Ouémé, principal river of the country (after Niger). The highest point is Mount Sagboroa to 658 meters.