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It is also called Takatu mount or simply Takatu Mountain.
Koh-i-Takatu has an elevation of 3,472 meters (11,391 ft) It is the second highest peak of Quetta District and the third highest peak of Balochistan province. Koh-i-Takatu is stretched on a huge plain. It covers an area of approximately 60 squares per km. It starts from inside Quetta city and ends at the border of Ziarat district.
Koh -e- Takatu has terrain which is scattered across the rugged rocky, somewhere steep, sparsely wooded mountainous area. It has also fertile lands.It provides good browsing for sheep, goats, and camels and is the source of feed for livestock.
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