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Trento province flag is violet and white with the coat of arms in the middle of the flag.
It is the capital of the region and of the autonomous province of Trento.
Trento was in Austrian territory at the beginning of the previous century.
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 Trento - WOI Encyclopedia Italia
The township of Trento is geographically very large and encompasses the town center as well as many suburbs of extremely varied geographical and population conditions (from the industrial suburb of Gardolo just north of the city to tiny mountain hamlets on the Monte Bondone).
Trento became famous for the Council of Trent (1545-1563) which gave rise to the Counter-Reformation.
Trento's surroundings are known for the beautiful mountain landscapes, and are the destination of both summer and winter tourism.
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 Province of Trento - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Trento (Italian: Provincia autonoma di Trento, German: Autonome Provinz Trient) is an autonomous province in the autonomous Trentino-South Tyrol region of Italy.
The president of the provincial council alternates with the President of the province of Bolzano-Bozen as president of the Trentino-South Tyrol region.
After the end of the Napoleonic era (1815), the Bishopric of Trento was dissolved and Trentino became part of the County of Tyrol, in which the majority of the population was German speaking.
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 Trento, Italy
Trento, capital of the province of the same name and of the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, lies on the left bank of the Adige in a valley enclosed by high limestone hills.
The town forms part of the southern part of the territory of Tirol which was transferred from Austria to Italy in 1919.
In 1948 (the "Gruber-De Gaspari-Agreement") the province of Trento was combined with the province of Bolzano (which included the German-speaking Alto Adige or South Tirol) to form the autonomous region of Trentino-Alto Adige.
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 EAAPN: University of Trento
The University of Trento is one of the youngest Italian Universities.
Trento is the coordinator of one Erasmus Mundus Programme in Informatics, and the consortium is composed of the University of Edinburgh (GB) and the University of Aachen (Germany).
As the capital of Trentino, Trento is the political and administrative seat of the Autonomous Province of Trento and of the Trentino-Alto Adige regional government.
www.griffith.edu.au /school/gbs/eaapn/trento.html   (1113 words)

  
 Trento Information
It is the capital of the region and of the autonomous province of Trento.
The township of Trento is geographically very large and encompasses the town center as well as many suburbs of extremely varied geographical and population conditions (from the industrial suburb of Gardolo, just north of the city, to tiny mountain hamlets on the Monte Bondone).
Trento was conquered by the Romans in the late 1st century BC, after several clashes with the Raetian tribes.
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 Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Pictures
Trento (ancient Tridentum), city in northern Italy, capital of Trento Province and cocapital (with Bolzano) of Trentino-Alto Adige Region, on the Adige River.
Trento subsequently became a German possession, and in 1027 Conrad II of the Holy Roman Empire made it an episcopal principality.
Trento was transferred to Italy in 1919 under the terms of the Treaty of Saint-Germain.
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 Trento Travel Guide - Italy hotel booking - filcoo
Trento is a city of art, of history and represents a crossroads for the contrasting cultures of Italy and northern Europe.
A cable car connects Trento and the village of Sardagna (600m asl), overlooking the Valle dell’Adige (the station in Trento can be found by the bridge of S. Lorenzo, the cost of a ticket is the same as that of a bus ticket).The tickets are sold at the bus station and at newsagents.
Trento's surroundings are known for the beautiful mountain landscapes, and are the destination of both summer and winter tourism.
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 Trento, Italy
Trento, in English rarely called Trent, Italian Trento (TREN-to), German Trient (tree-ENT), Latin Tridentum (the Latin form is the source of the adjective Tridentine) is located in the Adige river valley in the Italy region of Trentino-Alto Adige.
Their death caused an emotional stirr up and was later used by the Italian government to rhetorically celebrate the "liberation of Trento." The region was greatly affected during the war, and some of its fiercest battles were fought on the surrounding mountains.
After WW I Trento, and its Italian-speaking province, along with Bolzano and the part of Tyrol that stretched south of the Alpine watershed (which was German speaking) were annexed by Italy.
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 Trento   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Trento was conquered by the Romans in the late 1st century BC, after several clashes with the Rhaetian tribes.
After World War I, Trento and its Italian-speaking province, along with Bolzano and the part of Tyrol that stretched south of the Alpine watershed (which was German speaking), were annexed by Italy.
Alcide De Gasperi, politician in Austria-Hungary, political leader and post-war premier in Italy and one of the founding fathers of the European Union, was born in Pieve Tesino, in the province of Trento.
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 How to reach us - APT Trento e Monte Bondone
Trento and Monte Bondone are very close and connected by an easily accessible and scenic road (less than 20 kilometres to Vason, a resort at an altitude of 1650 m) and can be reached by coach and in winter by a skibus service.
Two hundred metres from the main train station you can find the Trento Malè train station, whose trains connect Trento to the Val di Non and the Val di Sole (it is not necessary to leave the main station: just follow platform 1 heading north).
Trento is linked to all the resorts in the province by an efficient coach service that allows those without a car to reach all the corners of Trentino at ease.
www.apt.trento.it /English/ENG_ComeRaggiungerci.htm   (393 words)

  
 Province of Trento - Definition, explanation
Trento (Italian Provincia autonoma di Trento, German Autonome Provinz Trient) is an autonomous province in the autonomous Trentino-Alto Adige region of Italy.
It has an area of 6,207 sq km, and a total population of 477,017 (2001).
There are 223 communes\ in the province (source: Italian institute of statistics Istat, see this link).
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 Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Trentino Alto Adige   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In 1004 Trento became a bishop's principality, and from 1545 to 1563 the Council of Trent was held, which marked the beginning of the Counter-Reformation.
In 1777 the treaty between the last Bishop Prince and Maria Teresa of Austria linked the region to the county of the Tyrol, and in 1803 the territory fell under the rule of the Hapsburgs and was annexed to the province of the Tyrol.
In Trento, well worth visiting is the Castello del Buonconsiglio, a castle of Roman origin that underwent various architectural modifications up through the Renaissance, that hosts annual art shows and a famous cycle of Medieval frescoes depicting the Months.
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 ITALIA Regions of Italy - Trentino-Alto Adige
It is a mainly mountainous province, rich in rivers, torrents and numerous lakes, clusters and chains of mountains of singular beauty, divided in two by the valley of the river Adige.
Trento is the administrative headquarters of the province and of the region Trentino-AltoAdige.
At Trento: The castle of Buonconsiglio and the palace of Albere, residence of provincial art museums; the churches which hosted the famous “Council of Trent”, the romantic Cathedral and the church of S. Marina Maggiore.
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 Community: Myrtleford Trentino Folk Group
It presents traditional dances from the province of trento, which is part of the region of sud tirol bordering with austria.
Trentino is the heart of the majestic dolomite mountains with their picturesque valleys, birthplace of the dancers performed by the group.
The costumes were provided by the province of trento and were made entirely by hand.
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 EAAPN: University of Trento
Trento hosts the Graduate Research Center on Europe of the American University (Washinghton) as well as the Study Center of the University of California.
Trento is a city of art and history, and it is the point at which Italian and Central European cultures meet.
The name of Trento is associated with an event of fundamental importance in the history of Europe: the nineteenth Ecumenical Council, which assembled in Trento between 1545 and 1563 in order to combat Protestantism.
www.gu.edu.au /school/gbs/eaapn/trento.html   (1113 words)

  
 Trentino - Alto Adige (South Tyrol) special statute, D.P.R. 31.8.1972, nr. 670
Trentino-Alto Adige, comprising the territory of the Provinces of Trento and Bolzano, constitutes an autonomous Region, with legal personality, within the political unity of the Italian Republic, one and indivisible, on the basis of the principles of the Constitution and according to the present Statute.
The division of seats among the constituencies shall be obtained by dividing the number of inhabitants of the Region, based on the last general census of the population, by 70 and distributing the seats in proportion to the population in each constituency, on the basis of complete quotients and the highest remainders.
Bills approved by the Regional or Provincial Council shall be communicated to the Government Commissioner in Trento in cases of the Region or the Province of Trento, and to the Government Commissioner in Bolzano in the case of the Province of Bolzano.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Province of Trento (Italian: Provincia Autonoma di Trento) is an autonomous province in the autonomous Trentino-Alto Adige region of Italy.
The territory of the province equals to southern part of historic Trentino region (Trentino tirolese).
The centralization process brought on by the Fascists reduced the autonomy that cities like Trento or Rovereto had enjoyed under the precedent Liberal governments, while many of the smaller comuni were united, reducing their number from the 366 under the Habsburg to 127.
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 Il portale degli annunci immobiliari in provincia di Trento - Case e immobili in affitto e in vendita
Cerca tra gli annunci immobiliari in provincia di Trento (altre province)
E' possibile utilizzare gratuitamente e senza impegno il servizio e inserire fino a 500 annunci a Trento e provincia.
Per inserire annunci immobiliari in provincia di Trento vai a questa pagina.
www.trento.cazar.it   (349 words)

  
 JLBG Trento Travel Page - VirtualTourist.com
Trento is the capital of the autonomous province of Trento/Trient.
In the 16th century Trento became famous for the Council of Trento (1545-1563) which gave rise to the Counter-Reformation.
The founatin of Trento is dedicated to Neptune because the trident he holds represents the three "dossi" (or hillocks) that surround the city and inspired its latin name "Tridentum".
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 Affari Regionali e Autonomie Locali - Angolo normativo
Definizione ed ampliamento delle attribuzioni della Conferenza permanente per i rapporti tra lo Stato, le regioni e le province autonome di Trento e Bolzano ed unificazione, per le materie ed i compiti di interesse comune delle regioni, delle province e dei comuni, con la Conferenza Stato - città ed autonomie locali.
Riordinamento delle funzioni della Conferenza permanente per i rapporti tra lo Stato, le regioni e le province autonome di Trento e Bolzano e degli organismi a composizione mista Stato-regioni, in attuazione dell'art.
Definizione ed ampliamento delle attribuzioni della Conferenza permanente per i rapporti tra lo Stato, le regioni e le province autonome di Trento e Bolzano ed unificazione, per le materie ed i compiti di interesse comune delle regioni, delle province e dei comuni, con la Conferenza Stato - citta' ed autonomie locali
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 Trento Province (Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)
The flag of Province of Trento is not Red-White-Red as reported, but Violet (or wine-red or purple)-White-Violet as appears on CISV site.
Here is a photo from the website of the province which allow to compare the color of Trento flag with the red of Italian tricolor.
The left is South Tyrol [Bolzano Province - ed.], in the middle Trentino [Trento Province - ed.] and the right one the Austrian Tyrol.
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 Fitch Upgrades Italian Autonomous Province Trento's Long-Term Rating to 'AAA' - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
LONDON (AFX) - Fitch Ratings has upgraded the Italian autonomous province of Trento's long-term foreign and local currency ratings to 'AAA' from 'AA+', reflecting the province's continued proven track record of strong financial performance.
The rating is characterized by its solid operating performance, ability to fully fund its high level of investments as well as significant fiscal and financial flexibility, Fitch said.
The Province of Trento's Long-term rating 'AAA' is three notches above Italy's sovereign rating 'AA-'/stable outlook, due to the special prerogatives of autonomy enjoyed by the province.
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 Fitosanitaria
As regards economic performance, the situation of the Province of Trento be summed up as one of “moderate optimism”.
As regards the tourist industry, Trentino takes up the tenth position among Italian provinces for number of hotel concerns, while the proportion of handicraft companies out of the total number of businesses is greater that the national average.
The labour market in Province of Trento is characterised by an unemployment rate that could be classified as physiological.
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 Sito ufficiale A.P.T. Val di Fassa - Estate Inverno   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The picking up of ores within the Province of Trento is controlled by regulation L.P. n°37/1983 which aims at preserving the mineralogical, paleontological, paleethnological and Karsic heritage of the region of the Trentino and of the Fassa Valley as well.
According to the official regulation ores are considered as homogeneous bodies inside the rocks, originated by inorganic processes and with specific chemical, physical and crystallographical features, while fossils are rests and traces of animal and vegetal organisms belonging to a former era that can be found inside the rocks.
The picking up of superficial fragments of ores is free in the whole region of the Province up to 5 kilos per day per person, save the case of a single fragment of superior weight.
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 info: Province_of_Trento   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Province of Trento - ItalyGenWebThe Autonomous Province of.
De Gasperi, politician in Austria-Hungary, political leader and post-war premier in Italy and one of the founding fathers of the European Union, was born in Pieve Tesino, in the province of Trento.
Province of Trento - Trentino Alto Adige - ItalyProvince of Trento, Region Trentino Alto Adige Italy, with information on the municipalities for...
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 Tailings.info ::: Stava tailings dam failure
The Mine Bureau of the Autonomous Province of Trento entrusted the licensed company (Fluormine, which belonged to the Montedison and Egam groups at that time) with the task of carrying out these checks.
Although a number of vital checks were not made, it was established that the bank of the upper basin was "exceptional" and that its stability had been taken "to the limit".
The system collapsed because it was designed, built and managed in such a way as not to provide the security margins that society expects of constructions liable to threaten the existence of entire communities.
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 Trento Travel Tips - Trento Travel Guide - VirtualTourist.com
Trento, in addition to be a great town, is also nestled in a valley of the Dolomites and it is possible to go skiing from here on both the eastern and western sides of the town.
From 1973 onwards the work was continued by the Autonomous Province of Trento which had by then assumed responsibility (until 1957 a part of the castle housed the Stenico Carabinieri station).
Trento, due to its position on the valley floor, has access to a wide variety of scenery within an hour's drive in any direction.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Italy/Trentino_Alto_Adige/Trento-141355/General_Tips-Trento-R-2.html   (969 words)

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