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The Gotthard pass (6906 ft) connects the northern part of Switzerland with the southern part. Although there is a road tunnel and a railway tunnel through the Gotthard, the Gotthard Pass is traveled frequently on the way south.

See  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotthard_Pass

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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