Passo Fedaia

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Passo Fedaia
Passo Fedaia with Monte Civetta in the background.
Elevation2,057 m (6,749 ft)
Traversed byStrada Statale 641 del Passo Fedaia
Coordinates46°27′13″N 11°53′20″E / 46.4535°N 11.889°E / 46.4535; 11.889Coordinates: 46°27′13″N 11°53′20″E / 46.4535°N 11.889°E / 46.4535; 11.889
Passo Fedaia is located in Alps
Passo Fedaia
Passo Fedaia
Location of Passo Fedaia

The Passo Fedaia is a mountain pass traversed by a paved road in the Dolomiti Range in Northern Italy. It lies at the northern base of the Marmolada, the highest peak in the region and the Dolomiti. It is known for its beauty, for Lago Fedaia, and for its use in the Giro d'Italia. It was also used as a location for the 2003 film Italian Job.[1] It is the site of the Passo Fedaia and Marmolada Gletscher ski areas.

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  1. ^ "The Italian Job Locations".

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