St. Bernard, Little

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St. Bernard, Little

 

(French, Petit-Saint-Bernard; Italian, Piccolo San Bernardo), a pass in the western Alps, among the northern spurs of the Graian Alps on the border between France and Italy. The pass is at an elevation of 2,188 m. A highway through the Little St. Bernard connects the valleys of the Isere River in France and the Dora Baltea River in Italy.

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