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Seiser Alm (Italian: Alpe di Siusi, Ladin: Mont Sëuc) is the largest high-altitude Alpine meadow (German: Alm) in Europe. Located in Italy's South Tyrol province in the Dolomites mountain range, it is a major tourist attraction, notably for skiing and hiking.
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