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The Bergamo Alps (Italian: Prealpi Orobie) are a mountain range in the Italian Alps which forms part of the Central Eastern Alps. They are located in northern Lombardy and named after the city Bergamo, south of the mountains.

The Bergamo Alps stretch between Lake Como and Lake Iseo. They are separated from the Bregaglia and Bernina ranges in the north by the Adda River valley (Valtellina); from the Ortler Alps in the north-east by the Aprica Pass; from the Adamello-Presanella group in the east by the Oglio valley (Val Camonica).

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