What is the highest peak in the french alps?



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    The highest peak of the French Alps is Mont Blanc.  Located above Chamonix on the Italian-French border, it stands at 4,808 meters or 15,774 feet.  This makes Mont Blanc not only the highest peak in the French Alps but the tallest in the Alps altogether. 

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