| Alto Mare|
|Debut||Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias|
In the anime
The Tour de Alto Mare, a water chariot race, is held annually. Trainers race on floating platforms pulled by their Pokémon. One year, the competition was won by Misty and her Corsola. Winners are awarded a medal, depicting Latias and Latios.
It is also the site of Alto Mare Museum, where it exhibits the Defense Mechanism of Alto Mare (DMA). The fossil of pre-historic Pokémon, such as Aerodactyl and Kabutops can also be seen in the museum's floor. Lorenzo and his granddaughter, Bianca, are the caretakers of the museum.
The secret garden, where Latias and Latios reside, is found near the museum. Located in a small pond is the Soul Dew. If removed, it can be used to control the DMA, but this will cause all the water to drain from the city. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the two Eon Pokémon to protect the Soul Dew.
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Alto Mare or Pokémon that reside there in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
| Alto Mare's Pokémon|
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
|Alto Mare's Xatu||Theater Limited VS Pack||006/018|
|Alto Mare's Kabutops||Theater Limited VS Pack||008/018|
|Alto Mare's Aerodactyl||Theater Limited VS Pack||009/018|
|Alto Mare's Pidgeotto||Theater Limited VS Pack||010/018|
|Alto Mare's Latias||Theater Limited VS Pack||011/018|
|Alto Mare's Latios||Theater Limited VS Pack||012/018|
|Alto Mare's Latias||10th Movie Commemoration Set|
|Alto Mare's Latios||10th Movie Commemoration Set|
|Alto Mare Cube||T [TM]||Theater Limited VS Pack||018/018|
- Alto Mare is the first movie-made city based on a real city outside Japan.
- The large numbers of Pidgey found in Alto Mare seems to be a reference to the pigeons of Venice.
- A gate in Alto Mare that Team Rocket tries to climb over features an image of Entei.
- Alto Mare contains a lot of Easter eggs, such as a gondola based on Lugia and some (mural) drawings that resemble Pokémon.
In other languages
|Chinese (Taiwan)||奧多馬雷 Àoduōmǎléi||Transliteration of its Japanese name.|
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