Bernina Alps

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Ber·ni·na Alps

 (bər-nē′nə, bĕr-)
A mountain group in the Rhaetian Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The highest elevation is Piz Bernina, rising to 4,049 m (13,284 ft). Bernina Pass connects Switzerland and Italy by road and rail.
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