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Flüela-Pass

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flüela Pass (el. 2383 m.) is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden. The pass road connects Davos and Susch in the lower Engadin valley.

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