Bald Mountain, located in Turkey's Hatay province depends on Yayladağı and inactive volcanic mountains. Its ancient name is Kasyus Mountain, also known as the "Cebel-i Akra" by the local people. In the southeast corner of the Mediterranean, the height of the mountain rising from the coast is 1740 meters. The main plant grows on the mountain is flaky grass. Foxes, wolves, lynxes and rabbits are rare animals. At the foot of the mountain; Barlaam Monastery. The former port of Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra) lies 30 kilometers south.

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