Piz da las Trais Linguas ( [ˌpitsdɐlɐsˌtraɪ̯sˈliŋʊ̯ɐs] , German: Dreisprachenspitze) meaning "peak of the three languages", or Cima Garibaldi, is a minor summit of the Ortler Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The summit is the tripoint between the Italian regions of Lombardy, South Tyrol and the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Before World War I it was the international tripoint of Italy, Switzerland and Austria-Hungary. The Romansh and German name refers to the encounter of different linguistic areas in this region. The Italian name refers to Giuseppe Garibaldi, however losing the reference to the meeting of different cultures. On its southern side the mountain overlooks the Stelvio Pass (Stilfserjoch).