Uspallata Pass

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Us·pal·la·ta Pass

 (o͞o′spä-yä′tə, -tä)
A pass, about 3,810 m (12,500 ft) high, through the Andes between Mendoza, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile. A monumental sculpture of Jesus stands in the pass.

Uspallata Pass

(ˌuːspəˈlɑːtə; Spanish uspaˈʎata)
n
(Placename) a pass over the Andes in S South America, between Mendoza (Argentina) and Santiago (Chile). Height: 3840 m (12 600 ft). Also called: La Cumbre

Us•pa•lla′ta Pass′

(ˌus pɑˈyɑ tə)
n.
a mountain pass in S South America, in the Andes, connecting Mendoza, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile. ab. 12,650 ft. (3855 m) high.
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