Marmolada


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Mar·mo·la·da

 (mär′mō-lä′də, -dä)
A peak, 3,342 m (10,965 ft) high, in the Dolomite Alps of northeast Italy. It is the highest elevation in the range.
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Marmolada

(Italian marmoˈlaːda)
n
(Placename) a mountain in NE Italy: highest peak in the Dolomites. Height: 3342 m (10 965 ft)
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Mar•mo•la•da

(ˌmɑr məˈlɑ də)

n.
a mountain in N Italy: highest peak of the Dolomites, 11,020 ft. (3360 m).
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I spent a lovely sunny hour here quaffing a cocktail of elderflower, prosecco, sparkling water and mint, and taking in the views over La Marmolada, the Dolomites' highest peak.
Pick up e-bikes from the docking station in La Villa, then head up the Piz La Villa cable car for fabulous views of the La Marmolada - the tallest mountain in the Dolomites with its stunning glacier.
co.uk, Stewart call Pick up e-bikes from the docking station in La Villa, then head up the Piz La Villa cable car for fabulous views of the La Marmolada - the tallest mountain in the Dolomites with its stunning glacier.
My reward at the top is a tour of glistening mountain Lake Fedaia, nestled against the northern flank of Marmolada, the highest peak in the Dolomites at 3,343m.
Questa villotta e ricomparsa di recente, grazie a una ricerca del coro veneziano Marmolada: "Sia benedete le ricamadore".
In which mountain range is Mount Marmolada the highest peak?
La imagen que nos queda grabada de "Bosquejo de alturas" de "[...] los seiscientos dedos [...] Sesenta brazos y sesenta piernas [...] treinta mujeres vibrando y comunicandose (1-2) se convierte en la metafora de la "torta marmolada" en su texto "El encuentro.