Cottian Alps


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Cot·ti·an Alps

 (kŏt′ē-ən)
A range of the Alps between northwest Italy and southeast France. It rises to 3,841 m (12,602 ft) at Mount Viso.
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Cottian Alps

(ˈkɒtɪən)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in SW Europe, between NW Italy and SE France: part of the Alps. Highest peak: Monte Viso, 3841 m (12 600 ft)
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Cot′ti•an Alps′

(ˈkɒt i ən)
n.pl.
a mountain range in SW Europe, in France and Italy: a part of the Alps. Highest peak, 12,602 ft. (3841 m).
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The water comes from one of the highest natural springs in Europe - the Rocce Azzurre spring situated at the heart of the Monviso Mountain (3841 meters) in the Cottian Alps, Italy and is bottled at source at the foot of the mountain in a converted mill building.
The natural mineral water's purity comes from the highest natural spring in Europe - the Rocce Azzurre spring situated at the heart of the Monviso Mountain (3.841 m) in the Cottian Alps.