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Huntsville is located at 34°42′N 86°35′W  /  34.700°N 86.583°W  / 34.700; -86.583 (34.7, -86.6). The city has a total area of 210.0 square miles (543.9 km 2 ). Huntsville has grown through recent annexations west into Limestone County , a total of 21.5 square miles (56 km 2 ), or 13,885 acres (5,619 ha).
Situated in the Tennessee River valley, several plateaus and large hills partially surround Huntsville. These plateaus are associated with the Cumberland Plateau , and are locally called "mountains". Monte Sano Mountain (Spanish for "Mountain of Health") is the most notable, and is east of the city along with Round Top (Burritt), Chapman, Huntsville, and Green mountains. Others are Wade Mountain to the north, Rainbow Mountain to the west, and Weeden and Madkin mountains on Redstone Arsenal in the south. Brindley Mountain is visible in the south across the Tennessee River.
As with other areas along the Cumberland Plateau, the land around Huntsville is karst in nature. The city was founded around the Big Spring, which is a typical karst spring, and many caves perforate the limestone bedrock underneath the surface, as is common in karst areas. The headquarters of the National Speleological Society are located in Huntsville.
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