Saint Gotthard

Saint Gotthard
geographical name 1. mountains Switzerland in Lepontine Alps between Uri & Ticino cantons 2. mountain pass 6916 feet (2108 meters) in St. Gotthard Range

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  • Saint Gotthard — (Saint) Gotthard refers to either * Saint Gotthard of Hildesheim * St. Gotthard Pass in Switzerland * Tunnels underneath St. Gotthard Pass: ** Gotthard Rail Tunnel (1881) ** Gotthard Road Tunnel (1980) ** Gotthard Base Tunnel (completion… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint-Gotthard — Massif du Saint Gothard Pour les articles homonymes, voir Saint Gothard (homonymie) et Gotthard. Massif du Saint Gothard …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Saint Gotthard Pass — Mountain pass, Lepontine Alps, southern Switzerland. An important motor and railway route between central Europe and Italy, the pass lies at an elevation of 6,916 ft (2,108 m) and is 16 mi (26 km) long. Though the pass was known to the Romans, it …   Universalium

  • Saint Gotthard’s disease — i n testinal hookworms …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Battle of Saint Gotthard (1664) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Saint Gotthard partof=the Ottoman wars in Europe caption=Battle of Saint Gotthard date=August 1, 1664 place=Szentgotthárd, Vas County, along the present day Austro Hungarian border result=Decisive… …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Saint Gotthard (1705) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Saint Gotthard (1705) partof=the Rákóczi s War for Independence campaign=Rákóczi s War of the Independence caption= date=December 13 1705 place=near Szentgotthárd and Nagyfalu (Mogersdorf), the Austro… …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Saint Gotthard — * Battle of Saint Gotthard (1664) * Battle of Saint Gotthard (1705) …   Wikipedia

  • Gotthard Pass — Passo del San Gottardo Gotthard s Hospice and Museum Elevation …   Wikipedia

  • Saint-gothard (homonymie) — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Saint Gotthard se réfère à : Gothard d Hildesheim (960 1038), évêque et propagateur de la réforme clunisienne Massif du Saint Gothard ou Gothard en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Gotthard of Hildesheim — Infobox Saint name=Saint Gotthard birth date=960 death date=May 5, 1038 feast day=May 5 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=250px caption=St. Gotthard as bishop, with the Hildesheim St. Mary relic receptacle; Basilca St. Godehard,… …   Wikipedia

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