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Cisa pass

Cisa Pass
The Cisa Pass seen from the south
Elevation 1,041 m (3,415 ft)
Traversed by Italian Road 62 (Strada Statale 62 della Cisa)
Location  Italy
Range Apennine Mountains

44°28′18″N 9°55′42″E / 44.4716°N 9.9283°E / 44.4716; 9.9283Coordinates: 44°28′18″N 9°55′42″E / 44.4716°N 9.9283°E / 44.4716; 9.9283

Cisa Pass
Location of Cisa Pass

The Cisa Pass or La Cisa Pass is a mountain pass in Italy that marks the division between the Ligurian and Tuscan Apennines. It is located on the border between northern Tuscany (Province of Massa-Carrara) and Emilia-Romagna (Province of Parma), near the source of the Magra River at an altitude of 1,040 meters (3,414 feet) above sea level.[1]

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