Kreuzberg Pass

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Kreuzbergpass is located in Alps
Location of Kreuzbergpass
Elevation1,636 m (5,367 ft)
LocationSouth Tyrol/Province of Belluno, Italy
RangeDolomites/Carnic Alps
Coordinates46°39′21″N 12°25′13″E / 46.65583°N 12.42028°E / 46.65583; 12.42028Coordinates: 46°39′21″N 12°25′13″E / 46.65583°N 12.42028°E / 46.65583; 12.42028

The Kreuzbergpass (Italian: Passo Monte Croce di Comelico; German: Kreuzbergpass; Sappada German: Kraizpèrk[1]) (1636 m) is a high mountain pass between the provinces of South Tyrol and Belluno in Italy. It connects the Puster Valley with Cadore.

The pass is also the division line between the Dolomites to the west and the Carnic Alps to the northeast.

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