Mont Cervin

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Monte Cervino:

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, Fr. Mont Cervin, Ital. Monte Cervino, peak, c.14,700 ft (4,480 m) high, in the Pennine Alps, on the Swiss-Italian border, near Zermatt. Its distinctive pyramidal peak was formed by the enlargement of several cirques.
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During the 1860s, the Mont Cervin and Monte Rosa tripled the number of beds, and by the Edwardian years an English newspaper warned that Zermatt was in danger of becoming 'an alpine village that has almost lost its identity among a colony of hotels'.
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The lack of early pace is a worry and hopefully Mont Cervin can get across from stall 11 as I really wouldn't want to see Pat Cosgrave in front too soon on a horse who is best produced entering the final two furlongs.