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Negros Oriental, Central Visayas, Philippines (9.67629 123.01803)
The province's topography is characterized by low, grooved mountain ranges of which some lie close to the shoreline. At the southern end of the province is Mount Talinis, also known as Cuernos de Negros ("Horns of Negros"), which is a dormant complex volcano which rises to a height of 2,000 metres (6,600 ft). At the northern end of the province is the active Kanlaon Volcano, the highest peak of the island region with a height of 2,465 metres (8,087 ft). There are a few flatlands and plateaus in the interior to the southwest of the province, which includes the Tablas Plateau.
Balinsasayao Twin Lakes National Park, Valencia-Sibulan-Pamplona (Cross-County), Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental, Central Visayas, 6205, Philippines (9.35287 123.14890)
Coordinates: 9.30698 123.07973 9.40045 123.21330 - Minimum elevation: 10 m - Maximum elevation: 1,763 m - Average elevation: 602 m
Mt. Cuernos de Negros (Talinis), Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Central Visayas, Philippines (9.24460 123.17773)
Coordinates: 9.24455 123.17768 9.24465 123.17778 - Minimum elevation: 326 m - Maximum elevation: 1,852 m - Average elevation: 982 m