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Mont Blanc location map

Mont Blanc

The Mont Blanc (4808m) is the highest peak in the Alps and lies at the border between France and Italy. This view from the south shows the fairly steep and rugged south side of the massif facing the Aosta Valley on the right. On the left the Haute-Savoie in France and in the background the Rhône valley.

View: Mont Blanc
Location: Lon 6.564°
Lat 45.452°
Altitude: 13 km
Direction: 30°
Camera Angle: 26°
User Rating: 2.5
Location Map:    Visible Topography
Mont Blanc location map
Mont Blanc

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Visitor comments:

by Mike McDonald from United States posted on Thu Mar 8 2007 23:23:26
God, this is Heaven on Earth! I can get "high" just looking at this! This is where I want to spend my 60th birthday next year. Nobody loves the Alps more than me and especially Mont Blanc/Monte Bianco! It's my favorite spot on the planet and your photos make me wish I could jump into my computer screen!
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