France–Italy Border Crossings

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Can you name the land border crossing points between France and Italy?

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This 11.6km-long tunnel links Chamonix, France with Courmayeur, Italy.Completed in 1965. Site of a deadly fire in 1999.
This mountain pass connects Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Savoie to La Thuile, Aosta Valley.Named after a saint. Site of a stone circle and Roman remains.
This mountain pass links the Maurienne valley in Savoie with the Susa valley in Piedmont.Most traffic in the area now goes through the tunnel which is the subject of the next question.
This 12.9km-long tunnel runs under the eponymous pass between Modane, France and Bardonecchia, Italy.Both a rail tunnel (1871) and a road tunnel (1980).
This mountain pass connects Briançon in the upper Durance valley to Cesana Torinese, Italy.Used by Pompey and Caesar, and by Charles VIII of France in 1494.
This mountain pass is on the route from the Ubaye Valley on the French side to the Stura Valley in the Italian province of Cuneo.Used by Francis I of France in 1515 before the Battle of Marignano.
This mountain pass is located above the ski resort of Isola on the French side.
This mountain pass on the main road from Nice to Cuneo has a road and rail tunnel running under it.Named after a neighbouring French town in the Roya river valley.
The French-Italian border separates these two towns on the Mediterranean coast.At this border crossing, the French A8 highway becomes the A10 highway or 'Autostrada dei fiori' in Italy.

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