It connects to the Brenner Autobahn in Austria.
14 This is among the reasons why the Ladin municipalities of Cortina d'Ampezzo /Anpezo, Livinallongo del Col di Lana /Fodom and Colle Santa Lucia /Col have asked in a referendum to be detached from Veneto and reannexed to the province, from which they were separated.
Südtirols Zweite Autonomie in Solderer, Gottfried, Das.
The official travel site, type Town/Region, travel period.Brenner Basistunnel BBT.Bondi, Sandro Lettera del ministro per i rengjøring dame ser for nettetal beni culturali Bondi al presidente del consiglio Durnwalder (Letter) (in Italian Rome: Il Ministro per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, retrieved Cole, John (2003 "The Last Become First: The Rise of Ultimogeniture in Contemporary South Tyrol.The History of the South Tyrol Question.Find accommodation, type Town/Region, arrival date, departure date, type of accommodation Rooms and apartmentsRoom(s)Apartment.8 The official name of the province today in German is Autonome Provinz Bozen Südtirol.4 Alto Adige (literally translated in English: "Upper Adige one of the Italian names for the province, is also used in English.Citation needed Alcide De Gasperi, Italy's prime minister, a native of Trentino, wanted to extend the autonomy to his fellow citizens.Main towns in this area are Meran, Bruneck, Sterzing, and Brixen.
A majority of the inhabitants of contemporary South Tyrol speak native Austro-Bavarian dialects of the German language.Org Cisalpine Republic (1798).Entirely located in the Alps, the province's landscape is dominated by mountains.The allure of South Tyrol lies in its variety and the harmony of opposites.The highest peak is the Ortler (3,905 m) in the far west, which is also the highest peak in the Eastern Alps outside the Bernina Range.The Brenner Railway is a major line connecting the Austrian and Italian railways from Innsbruck and Verona climbing the Wipptal, passing over the Brenner Pass and descending down the Eisack Valley to Bolzano and then down the Adige Valley from Bolzano to Rovereto and.
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