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Livigno Alps 3'439 m
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The Livigno Alps are part of the Rhaetian Alps. They are situated in the southeasternmost part of Switzerland and northern Italy. They are in the east of the Bernina Range and southeast of the Bernina Pass. Its highest peak is the Cima de' Piazzi at 3'439 m.

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View from Brusio (valley of Poschiavo) towards north-east to the summits of the Livigno Alps.
(All three peaks are situated within Switzerland)

In the foreground is a freestanding stone cellar, which were used as cold storage for provisions, perishable foods and milk. In Switzerland these round cellars, also known "crotti", are found only in the valley of Poschiavo.
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