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Arl·berg

 (ärl′bûrg, -bĕrk)
An Alpine pass, 1,812 m (5,946 ft) high, in western Austria. The rail tunnel crossing the pass was built in 1880-1884 and is 10.6 km (6.6 mi) long.
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Arlberg

(German ˈarlˌbɛrk)
n
(Placename) a mountain pass in W Austria: a winter sports region. Height: 1802 m (5910 ft)
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