from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountain, 2,649.8 m (8,688 ft) high, of the Cantabrian Mountains in northwest Spain. It is the highest elevation in the range.
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"Then," said Cosmo, "if you're right about the elevation of what you call the Torre de Cerredo there must be four thousand six hundred and seventy feet of its upper part still out of water.
The highest elevations (Torre de Cerredo, 2,648 meters (m); Torre Bermeja, 2,606 m; Pico de Santa Ana, 2,596 m) correspond to the central axis of the Cantabric Mountains, known as "Picos de Europa".
There's the old Torre de Cerredo and the Peña Santa. "