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Lukmanier Pass (Switzerland)

LC control no.sh2008008835
Geographic headingLukmanier Pass (Switzerland)
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Geographic subdivision usageSwitzerland--Lukmanier Pass
Variant(s)Col du Lukmanier (Switzerland)
Lucomagno Pass (Switzerland)
Lukmanierpass (Switzerland)
Passage du Lucmanier (Switzerland)
Passo del Lucomagno (Switzerland)
See alsoMountain passes--Switzerland
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Found inWork cat.: 2008570569: Cie. de l'union des chemins de fer suisses. Chemin de fer par le Lukmanier, carte générale, 18--: t.p. (le Lukmanier) plate 1 (Passage du Lucmanier)
Britannica Online, Nov. 14, 2008: In article on Lepontine Alps (Lukmanier Pass, one of the important passes through the Lepontine Alps)
GEOnet, Nov. 14, 2008 (Lukmanierpass, a pass in Switzerland; 46⁰33ʹ00ʺN 008⁰49ʹ00ʺE)
Columbia Lippincott Gazetteer, 1952 (Lukmanier Pass, alt.: 6,296 ft., in the Lepontine Alps, SE central Switzerland on border of Grisons [i.e. Graubünden] and Ticino cantons, 12 mi. S of Disentis)
Times Atlas of the World, c1980 (Lukmanier Pass) mineral database, Nov. 14, 2008 (Lukmanier Pass, Lucomagno Pass, Passo del Lucomagno, Lukmanier-Pass; highest point of the pass road is 1,972 meters)
Dictionnaire historique de la Suisse, viewed online, Nov. 14, 2008 (Lukmanierpass [in German]; Lukmanier, col du [in French])