Cerro Batoví

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Cerro Batoví
CerroBatovi.jpg
Cerro Batoví, situated near Tacuarembó
Highest point
Elevation224 m (735 ft)
ListingBreast-shaped hills
Coordinates31°52′33″S 56°00′41″W / 31.87583°S 56.01139°W / -31.87583; -56.01139Coordinates: 31°52′33″S 56°00′41″W / 31.87583°S 56.01139°W / -31.87583; -56.01139
Naming
English translationCerro (Hill in Spanish); Batoví (Breast of a virgin in Guaraní)
Language of nameSpanish/Guaraní
PronunciationSpanish: [ˈθero βatoˈβi]
Geography
Cerro Batoví is located in Uruguay
Cerro Batoví
Cerro Batoví
Uruguay
LocationTacuarembó, Tacuarembó Department,
Uruguay
Parent rangeCuchilla de Haedo
Geology
Age of rockPrecambrian
Mountain typeHill
Climbing
Easiest routeHike

Cerro Batoví is a hill in Uruguay, with an altitude of 224 metres (734.9 ft). It is situated 25 km (15.5 mi) away from the city of Tacuarembó.

Location and features[edit]

It is located in the Tacuarembó Department, in a range of hills named Cuchilla de Haedo. Batoví means "breast of a virgin" in the Guaraní language and the hill has this name due to its curious shape.

Cerro Batoví is considered the symbol of the Tacuarembó Department.

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