Les monts Sarawat ou Al-Sarawat ou encore Sarat constituent une chaîne de montagnes parallèle à la mer Rouge et représentent une des plus importantes caractéristiques géographiques de la péninsule arabique.

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  • Les monts Sarawat ou Al-Sarawat ou encore Sarat constituent une chaîne de montagnes parallèle à la mer Rouge et représentent une des plus importantes caractéristiques géographiques de la péninsule arabique.
  • Il Sarat, o Sarawat arabo: ﺟﺒﺎﻝ السروات, Jibāl al-Sarāt , "Montagne del Sarāt") è un insieme montagnoso che corre parallelo alla costa occidentale della Penisola Araba e costituisce una delle più rappresentative eminenze orografiche. Il Sarat parte dei confini della Giordania e finisce a nord del Golfo di Aden a sud, traversando tutta l'Arabia Saudita e lo Yemen. La metà settentrionale, anche nota come Sarat al-Hijaz, al massimo raggiunge i 2.100 metri s.l.m., mentre le porzioni centrali e meridionali (Sarat 'Asir e Sarat al-Yemen rispettivamente) possono raggiungere altezze di oltre 3.300 metri.Geologicamente, il Sarat è parte della placca arabica, ed è per lo più composto da rocce vulcaniche. Le pendici occidentali finiscono bruscamente sulla linea costiera del Mar Rosso, laddove le pendici orientali digradano più dolcemente e sono spesso solcate da wadi che sono di grande utilità per l'agricoltura, specialmente nelle aree meridionali del Sarat, in cui le montagne fronteggiano i monsoni.Fra le città del Sarat si annoverano tanto la Città Santa musulmana di Mecca, che sorge in un vallone a metà circa del Sarat, quanto la capitale yemenita di Ṣanʿāʾ, sita nei pressi delle cime più elevate dell'intero Sarat.
  • Al-Sarat és és una serralada que va del golf d'Aqaba al golf d'Aden. El nom de fet s'utilitza rarament. El seu significat és "L'Espatlla".
  • Saravát (arabsky: جبال السروات, anglicky: Sarawat Mountains, česky také Džibál as-Saravát) je rozsáhlý horský systém rozkládající se na území Saúdské Arábie a Jemenu.
  • The Sarawat Mountains or the Sarat (Arabic: جبال السروات‎) is a mountain range running parallel to the western coast of the Arabian Peninsula and is among the Peninsula's most prominent geographical features. The Sarawat start from the border of Jordan in the north to the Gulf of Aden in the south, running through Saudi Arabia and Yemen. The range's northern half, known as Sarat al-Hejaz rarely rises about 2,100 meters, while the middle and southern portions (Sarat 'Asir and Sarat al-Yemen, respectively) can reach heights of over 3,300 meters.This mountain range is the largest in the Arabian Peninsula. These mountains are mainly rocky and some can contain vegetation. Many of the peaks are fairly young and jagged, but some are smoother from weathering. The northern part, running from about north of Ta'if through western Saudi Arabia until the southern tip of Saudi Arabia. Some argue that the mountains of Lebanon and Western Syria are a continuation of the chain. It is mostly a slightly higher elevated area that the rest of Saudi Arabia, with the exception of Asir, and obscure landforms can be found in this chain. Elevations average around 1200–2000 meters, although the highest points are around 2400 meters above sea level. After Medina, the mountain chain seems to disintegrate until the reappear around Ta'if. Farther south, below Ta'if, there is Asir Province in Saudi Arabia, where rugged mountains can reach near 3,000 meters, with Jabal Sawda claimed to be the highest at 2,982 meters above sea level. Yet even this part of the Sarawat Mountains is just like a large cliff that climbs out from the Tihamah coastal plain. This is supported by the fact that south of Ta'if, the Hejaz (which means "barrier") is almost entirely around 2,000-2,600 meters above sea level. Nearing the Yemeni border, the Sarawat begin to spread into individual peaks, and the Hejaz turns from a cliff to a gradual ascent up to the Yemeni Plateau. All of the mountains over 3,000 meters (9,800) feet are located in Yemen. The highest of which is Jabal an-Nabi Shu'ayb, which is the highest peak in the Arabian Peninsula. It is 3,666 meters (12,027 feet) high, located near the capital Sana'a. In Yemen, the Sarawat are divided into the Western and Central highlands, where the western highlands receive plenty of precipitation, more than anywhere else in the peninsula, and the central highlands have the highest mountains in the peninsula. A very dramatic part of the Yemeni Sarawat are the Haraz Mountains, where a few peaks top 3,000 meters but the descents and views from the mountains are staggering; some foots of mountains are only at 500 meters above sea level yet their peaks are at 2,800-3,300 meters. Geologically, the Sarawat are part of the Arabian Shield, and are made up mostly of volcanic rock. The western slopes end abruptly near the Red Sea coast, while the eastern side of the mountain range slopes downward more gently and is intersected by wadis that support agriculture, especially in the southern reaches of the Sarawat, where the mountains face the monsoons.Among the cities located within the Sarawat are the Muslim holy city of Mecca, which is located in a valley in approximately the middle of the Sarawat mountain range, and the Yemeni capital, San'a, located near some of the Sarawat's highest peaks.
  • Montes Sarawat o Montes Sarat (en árabe: ﺟﺒﺎﻝ السروات, Jibāl al-Sarāt) es una cadena montañosa que corre paralela a la costa occidental de la península arábiga y es uno de los rasgos más destacados de esa región geográfica. El inicio de Sarawat es en la frontera de Jordania en el norte hasta el Golfo de Adén en el sur, corriendo a través de Arabia Saudita y Yemen. La Mitad norte de la cordillera, conocida como Sarat al-Hiyaz rara vez se eleva a unos 2.100 metros, mientras que las partes central y meridional (Sarat 'Asir y Sarat al-Yemen, respectivamente) pueden alcanzar alturas de más de 3.300 metros.Esta cadena montañosa es la más grande en la península arábiga. Estas montañas son principalmente rocosas y algunas pueden contener vegetación, a diferencia de las montañas del Atlas en Marruecos. Muchos de los picos son muy pequeños e irregulares, pero algunos son más suaves por la exposición a la intemperie.
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  • Les monts Sarawat ou Al-Sarawat ou encore Sarat constituent une chaîne de montagnes parallèle à la mer Rouge et représentent une des plus importantes caractéristiques géographiques de la péninsule arabique.
  • Al-Sarat és és una serralada que va del golf d'Aqaba al golf d'Aden. El nom de fet s'utilitza rarament. El seu significat és "L'Espatlla".
  • Saravát (arabsky: جبال السروات, anglicky: Sarawat Mountains, česky také Džibál as-Saravát) je rozsáhlý horský systém rozkládající se na území Saúdské Arábie a Jemenu.
  • Montes Sarawat o Montes Sarat (en árabe: ﺟﺒﺎﻝ السروات, Jibāl al-Sarāt) es una cadena montañosa que corre paralela a la costa occidental de la península arábiga y es uno de los rasgos más destacados de esa región geográfica. El inicio de Sarawat es en la frontera de Jordania en el norte hasta el Golfo de Adén en el sur, corriendo a través de Arabia Saudita y Yemen.
  • Il Sarat, o Sarawat arabo: ﺟﺒﺎﻝ السروات, Jibāl al-Sarāt , "Montagne del Sarāt") è un insieme montagnoso che corre parallelo alla costa occidentale della Penisola Araba e costituisce una delle più rappresentative eminenze orografiche. Il Sarat parte dei confini della Giordania e finisce a nord del Golfo di Aden a sud, traversando tutta l'Arabia Saudita e lo Yemen.
  • The Sarawat Mountains or the Sarat (Arabic: جبال السروات‎) is a mountain range running parallel to the western coast of the Arabian Peninsula and is among the Peninsula's most prominent geographical features. The Sarawat start from the border of Jordan in the north to the Gulf of Aden in the south, running through Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
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