Mont Cervin


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Mont Cervin

(mɔ̃ sɛrvɛ̃)
n
(Placename) the French name for the Matterhorn

Mat•ter•horn

(ˈmæt ərˌhɔrn)

n.
a mountain on the border of Switzerland and Italy, in the Pennine Alps. 14,780 ft. (4505 m). French, Mont Cervin.
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He went to stay first in the Val d'Ayas, in the company of his brother Ernesto and the writer Augusto Sebastiano Ferraris (better known as Arrigo Frustra), and then moved to the foot of the Giomein glacier, in Valtournanche, near the Hotel du Mont Cervin, where he met Sargent in July 1905.
A small inn was opened in 1838 by the village doctor, Josef Lauber, and the first hotel opened in 1852 when the Mont Cervin offered 14 guest beds, but it was the arrival of the Seiler brothers from the Goms Valley that spurred development.
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Which Alpine mountain is known as Monte Cervino in Italian and Mont Cervin in French?
Looking at the opposition, only Mont Cervin is usually ridden from the front, and he has been well out of form on his last two starts, finishing last without getting near to the front.
MONT CERVIN - looks set for a productive time in handicaps after breaking his duck in the maiden at Folkestone where Eddie Ahern gave the gelding a clever ride from the front to deny the odds-on Pediment.