Cerro Catedral, the highest point in Uruguay.
|Peak||Cerro Catedral (Cathedral Hill)|
|Elevation||513.66 m (1,685.2 ft)|
|Age of rock||Precambrian|
|Type of rock||Granite, gneiss|
Cuchilla Grande is a hill range that crosses the west part of Uruguay from north to south. It extends from the south part of Cerro Largo Department, through the departments of Treinta y Tres and Lavalleja and ends in Maldonado Department where it forms its highest peaks.
- Cuchilla de Mansavillagra
- Sierra Carapé
- Sierra Aceguá
- Sierra de las Ánimas
- Cuchilla Grande Inferior
- Cuchilla de Cerro Largo
- (in Spanish) Cerro Catedral, Site of the Municipality of Maldonado, Uruguay.
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