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 Trentino-South Tyrol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The autonomous region is bordered by Austria to the north and by the Italian regions of Lombardy to the west and Veneto to the south.
The rest was part of the County of Tyrol, which, from the 14th century, was a possession of the House of Habsburg.
The collapse of the Austrian war effort enabled Italian troops to occupy the region in 1918 and its annexation was confirmed in the post-war treaties, which awarded the Trentino and South Tyrol to Italy under the terms of the Treaty of Saint-Germain.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trentino-South_Tyrol   (973 words)

  
 South Tyrol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
South Tyrol is known for its mountains, which compose a portion of the Italian Alps and the main Alps chain located in Europe.
After their caretakers, the earls of Tyrol (See Meinhard II of Gorizia-Tyrol) had gathered the province under their command, the region together with the valleys to the north was known as Tyrol.
Italian provinces that border South Tyrol are Belluno to the southeast, Trentino to the south and by Sondrio to the southwest.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/South_Tyrol   (2221 words)

  
 South Tyrol - melting-pot of South and North
South Tyrol is the "Autonomous Province of Bolzano/Bozen".
South Tyrol has been for centuries the melting-pot of Southern and Northern influences: its origins go back to the Celts, Rhaetians and Romans; subsequently enriched by the addition of Goth, Alemannic, Frankish, Bavarian and even Slav elements.
South Tyrol is nowadays a country where three cultures live together and try day by day to extend their co-operation.
www.apenrade.dk /m99_southtyrolmeltingpot.html   (742 words)

  
 South Tyrol Day Excursion by Car
Luckily, the hedonism of the south is only a short car journey away from the Seefeld plateau, accessible by a fine (but expensive) motorway or by a scenic (but slow) local road.
The South Tyrol is, as its name suggests, formerly part of the province of the Tyrol.
In fact, in many ways, the South Tyrol has been the cradle of the Tirolean sense of identity - from the former capital at Meran to the farmhouse where local hero Andreas Hofer was born and brought up.
www.walkseefeld.com /daytrips/southtyrol.htm   (879 words)

  
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South Tyrol is a land of passes and therefore a transit land in the heart of the Alps, lying to the South of its Main ridge, a link between the central European and Mediterranean worlds.
South Tyrolese tourism is united in its efforts to improve the quality of what is on offer within the framework of an unspoilt scenic and cultural environment.
By the "project Dolomites" South Tyrol, Trentino and the region of Veneto want to advertise the mountains especially in the USA, Canada and Japan in order to improve the tourism in all three regions and to beat the drum world-wide for the singular landscape of the Dolomites.
www.provinz.bz.it /english/overview/tourism.htm   (777 words)

  
 Trentino South Tyrol italien.com - Holidays in Trentino South Tyrol Italy - Trentino South Tyrol Hotels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trentino-Alto Adige or Trentino-South Tyrol (in German: Trentino-Südtirol, in Italian: Trentino-Alto Adige) is an autonomous region in northern Italy.
The region is bordered by Austria to the north and by the Italian regions of Lombardy to the west and Veneto to the south.
The collapse of the Austrian war effort enabled Italian troops to occupy the region in 1918 and its annexation was confirmed in the post-war treaties, which awarded the South Tyrol to Italy under the terms of the Treaty of Saint-Germain.
www.trentino-southtyrol.italien.com   (2003 words)

  
 South Tyrol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Thus, direct democracy in South Tyrol kept on to be a weak and lame instrument.
In 2001 South Tyrol’s Autonomy Statute was reformed.
The initiative is expected to be discussed this year 2005 in the regional parliament, unfortunately South Tyrol’s strong majority party, the SVP, is bringing forward an alternative approach which is far behind of the expectations of the popular movement for direct democracy.
www.democracy-international.org /southtyrol.html   (628 words)

  
 South Tyrol: Conflicting Ethnicity
The Province (Sud Tyrol in German and Alto-Adige in Italian) is generally German-speaking, while the Trentino to the south is Italian-speaking.
The population of South Tyrol is 464,530, with 63 inhabitants per square kilometer (Office of Statistics for the Province of Bolzano, 2002).
Despite the separatist tendencies of the SVP, the party was recognized by the Allies as the political representative of the German-speaking population of South Tyrol.
www.american.edu /TED/ice/tyrol.htm   (2004 words)

  
 OJPCR 1.3 -- South Tyrol
South Tyrol was the setting up of Italian industries in order to take advantage of the hydroelectric facilities of the area and to encourage Italian immigration from the south.
On 31 October 1960, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on behalf of the South Tyrol question which confirmed that the Paris Treaty committed Italy to establish an autonomy for the protection of the ethnic South Tyrolean population and that Austria had the right to a say in the matter.
Italy and especially the Italians in South Tyrol were alarmed that despite the promise of autonomy the territorial destiny of the province still seemed in doubt (Alcock 1989, p.
trinstitute.org /ojpcr/1_3kag.htm   (8214 words)

  
 South Tyrol Bus Excursion
One of the more worthwhile destinations is the town of Bolzano, the capital of the South Tyrol and now home to Ötzi, the mummy discovered high on a Tyrolean glacier over 10 years ago.
The South Tyrol is a dual language region and all towns and villages have a German and Italian name.
The South Tyrolean Museum of Archaeology is the building which houses the remains of Ötzi, with a fascinating exhibit of theories about how he lived, what he did and why he died.
www.walkseefeld.com /daytrips/southtirolbus.htm   (489 words)

  
 Hotels South Tyrol italien.com - South Tyrol Hotels Italy
Trentino Südtirol (Alto Adige) - South Tyrol (German Südtirol, Italian Alto Adige, Ladin Sudtirol) is an autonomous province of Italy.
South Tyrol (Trentino Alto Adige) - The Trentino-Alto Adige is an autonomous Alpine region and incorporates much of the spectacular Dolomite range but nevertheless Trentino and Alto Adige are two vastly separate provinces.
South of Trento vineyards are strung the length of the road linking Trento with Rovereto.
www.suedtirol.italien.com /southtyrol.html   (1643 words)

  
 Landscapes of South Tyrol
Migrating tribes left their traces behind in South Tyrol, peasants were seeking land for grazing and tillage, new cultivated plants became established.
South Tyrol, as it presents itself today, is largely a cultivated landscape.
Equally fragmentary appears the plant cover in the area of the garden which is devoted to South Tyrol.
www.trauttmansdorff.it /Landscapes_of_South_Tyrol.html   (127 words)

  
 Communes of South Tyrol: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In italy, the comune, (plural comuni) is the basic administrative unit of both provinces and regions, and may be properly approximated in casual speech...
South tyrol (german autonome provinz bozen-südtirol, italian provincia autonoma di bolzano-alto adige, ladin provinzia autonóma de bulsan-südtirol)...
South Tyrol is divided into 116 administrative subdivisions (Gemeinden//Communes), EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/co/communes_of_south_tyrol.htm   (232 words)

  
 South Tyrol at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
South Tyrol (German Südtirol, Italian Alto Adige or Sudtirolo, Ladin Sudtirol) is an autonomous province of Italy.
In the north the valleys around Bozen/Bolzano were inhabited by ethnic Germans and Ladins (Today Ladin is the third official language of South Tyrol, alongside German and Italian.)
With the Treaty of Gruber-De Gasperi the winner of WWII decided to give South Tyrol to Italy but at the same time the German-speaking people were granted special rights.
www.wiki.tatet.com /South_Tyrol.html   (271 words)

  
 Waldner et al.
This year the South Tyrolean orchardists are using Isomate-C-Plus on 2 700 ha, RAK 3 on 400 ha, RAK 3+4 on 200 ha, Isomate-C-Special on 165 ha and Ecopom Combi on 10 ha (Figure 1).
If harvest damage exceeded 1% in the previous year or is unknown as well as in small projects we recommend a supplemental treatment in any case, as soon as according to the degree day model 30% of the larvae of the first generation have emerged or when the first entry holes are detected.
By now the majority of the South Tyrolean fruit growing experts and fruit growers is convinced of the ecological advantages of the mating disruption technique for codling moth.
phero.net /iobc/montpellier/waldner.html   (3134 words)

  
 South Tyrol
South Tyrol, or Suedtirol is known for its fantastic landscape and the mild, Mediterranean climate.
The cheerfully and friendly population of South Tyrol will spoil you with culinary highlights, such us typical South Tyrolean dishes prepared with healthy and fresh ingredients straight from the herb garden and light Italian creations.
The people in South Tyrol are very traditional and proud about their culture.
www.portoseguro.tur.br /artigos/southtyrol.htm   (542 words)

  
 SOUTHERN SOUTH TYROL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The South of Südtirol Holiday Resort is an experience of genuine southern charm at the southern feet of the Dolomites.
Bozen is the regional capital of South Tyrol and a city located at the crossroads of cultures.
The South Tyrolean Wine Road was established in 1964 and is the oldest in Italy.
www.dolomiti.it /speciali/giardino_sudtirolo/dxeng.htm   (1023 words)

  
 MetaDesign :: Customers :: Case Studies :: South Tyrol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
With 300 sunny days a year, the autonomous region of South Tyrol in northern Italy is not only a popular vacation destination in the Dolomites, but also the producer of a wide variety of high-quality agricultural products and specialties, such as milk, cheese, apples, wine and bacon.
The brand image was honed and expressed in a single sentence: “South Tyrol is a variegated symbiosis of the alpine and the Mediterranean, of spontaneity and reliability, and of nature and civilization.” The new visual identity was then developed on the basis of this brand conception.
The South Tyrol panorama integrates a panoramic view of the Dolomites with a color composition specific to South Tyrol.
www.metadesign.de /html/en/1623.html   (809 words)

  
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In 1943 both were occupied by German troops and became part of the Operation Zone Alpenvorland (1) These regions - known to the Italians as Venezia Tridentina - were made up of the territories of the secularized dioceses of Brixen and Trient and had been integrated into Tirol in 1815.
(2) Immediately after the occupation German opponents to the new regime etablished a Provisional National Council and proclaimed the Unteilbare Republik Südtirol (Indivisible Republic South Tyrol) which lasted until early 1919 when the National Council was disbanded by the occupation authorities.
Chairman of the Provisional National Council of German South Tyrol Vorzitsender des Provisorischen Nationalrates für Deutsch - Südtirol 1918 - 1919 Julius Perathoner ____________________________________________________________________________
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Rotunda/2209/South_Tyrol.html   (223 words)

  
 Thurnhof South Tyrol - Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It was situated beneath the castle 'Weinegg' and was subject to the Lords of Weinegg.
The troops of Meinhard, Count of Tyrol besieged the castle for 13 weeks and reduced it to rubble.
The Thurnhof estate was subsequently owned by the church and run by Bavarian monks, who were perhaps the first to appreciate its superb potential to produce premium wines.
www.thurnhof.com /en   (124 words)

  
 farm holidays in South Tyrol - Dolomites - redrooster.it
All those who enjoy taking part in outdoor sports will be able to benefit from the warm autumn sun, whilst those in search of a bit of atmosphere can stay at a historic farm in winter and breathe in the air of times gone by.
South Tyrol’s farm bars and inns extend a warm welcome.
Discover South Tyrol’s rural world with a difference: take a farm holiday in South Tyrol during the summer, lend a hand with the hay harvest and take snaps of the South Tyrolean countryside at ist best.
www.redrooster.it   (334 words)

  
 South Tyrol - Merano - Hotels in Italy - Hotels - Wellness Hotels - best wellness   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mountain climbing, skiing and golfing in South Tyrol / Italy, Tyrol / Austria, the region of Salzburg, in all Austria, Switzerland and North Italy.
The Merano region in South Tyrol offers a wide range of outdoor activities and sports for perfect Italian alpine holidays - hiking, climbing, cycling, mountain biking, Nordic walking, paragliding, rafting/kayak, riding, swimming, golf or tennis.
South Tyrol is the perfect place for family holidays in Italy.
bestwellness.com /en/health-hotels/italy/south-tyrol/merano/...   (696 words)

  
 South Tyrol - Hotels and Holiday,easter,Hotelreservation and holiday packages in the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Here you can fill in a enquiry form for your vacation in South Tyrol.
Dorf Tirol is the perfect location for mountain excursions and hiking tours: 70 km of marked hiking trails invite you to explore the unspoiled nature.
South Tyrolean bar-keepers have already solved all of your problems...
www.south-tirol.com   (111 words)

  
 HOLIDAY in SOUTH TYROL ITALY: accomodations Alto Adige/ Südtirol,Italy travel guide information South Tyrol lodgings, ...
Holiday in South Tyrol - Italy: wellness & spa hotels, family hotels, design hotels, nature hotels,...
South Tyrol is marked by a hospitality which is carried out with professionalism and warmth.
Magnificant mountains, a constantly mild climate, fruit and wine are part of the characteristics of this region, as much as art, culture and historic traditions.
www.sudtirol.com /en   (175 words)

  
 South Tyrol, Italy
Marvel at South Tyrol’s majestic mountains as you descend from the Seiseralm into the Etschtal valley and the Vinschgau with its extensive orchards and vineyards.
Transfer by van to Brixen in Province of South Tyrol.
We enjoy another bus ride up the Jaufen Pass, past the birth place of South Tyrol’s hero Andreas Hofer, who fought for the freedom of his country.
www.advonskis.com /eurovelo6.html   (626 words)

  
 South Tyrol
Enjoy our carefully prepared menus, made with the freshest ingredients, our rich salad buffet and the many specialities from the area.
A holiday in South Tyrol means a unique culinary experience with the best dishes of South Tyrolean cooking tradition and creative specialities of Italian cuisine prepared.
Particularly appreciated are our typical South Tyrolean evening in the cellar, the barbecue in the garden, the Italian evening and the traditional "Törggelen".
www.hotelkaufmann.it /hotel_heide/en/gourmet.html   (98 words)

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