Monte Civetta in Belluno region towers above the valley of Cordévole the village of Alleghe. „Civetta“ means “owl“ in german and goes back to the earlier imagination that such a tremendous mountain could only be conquered flying. Above all because of the steep and mighty north west face. It is more than 1 000 Meters high and three kilometers wide and therefore is one of the biggest rock faces of the dolomites.



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Elevation: 3220 m
Country and region: Italy, Belluno
Mountain range: Dolomites and Val di Fiemme Alps
Prominence: 1454 m
Orometric dominance: 45
Coordinates: 46.380000, 12.053333

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