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This article is about the pass on the border between France and Spain. For the low pass in Haute-Garonne, see Col des Ares.
|Col d'Ares / Coll d'Ares|
French side of the Col d'Ares
|Elevation||1,513 m (4,964 ft)|
Location in the Pyrenees
In 1691, during the Nine Years' War, the Spanish passed through the Col d'Ares to try taking Prats-de-Mollo, without success.
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