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Piz Palü is a well renowned mountain for cineasts. The movie “The White Hell of Pitz Palu” from 1929 portrays a mountaineer looking for the dead body of his wife who was hit by an avalanche. The name is probably derived from the Latin word “palus”, meaning “swamp”. The mountain than was named after the pasture Alpe Palü which lies four kilometers east of the summit.
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Size: A3, 297 x 420 mm
Paper: 280gr/m² matt
Elevation: 3905 m / 3905 ft
Country and region: Italy, Lombardy / Switzerland, Graubünden
Mountain range: Bernina Range
Prominence: 208 m / 683 ft
Orometric dominance: 5
Coordinates: 46.378381, 9.958675
We offer the machting frames for our mountain prints, made of high quality white glazed wood.
A framed mountain print costs 30 € extra.