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They are the ones who initiated the best-known part of Trentino's literary history and their way of writing has influenced the subject matter and the style of the dialect poetry of Trentino almost to the present day.
Perhaps, given Trentino's atypical situation in the early twentieth century, it might be useful to trace briefly the cultural and institutional history of this period, remembering first of all that when the first poets of Trentino began writing, Trento was not Italian yet, because Austrian domination ended only in 1918.
Instead Trentino, certainly from the beginning, but even from 1930 and 1960, was overrun by an orgy of mothers, grandmothers, grandfathers, home, garden, fairs, fountains, streams, and dawns and sunsets; or too many moons, under whose faint light nothing at all happened.
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 Licata Vini: Trentino - Alto Adige   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Trentino, around the city of Trento to the south, is historically Italian in language and culture.
Trentino's native Nosiola makes fine dry white and is also the base of Vino Santo, a rich dessert wine from the Valle due Laghi.
Trentino, which boasts Italy's largest production of Chardonnay, is a leader with sparkling wines by the classical method, spurmante that may qualify under the trademark of Trento Classico.
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 Province of Trento - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the reign of Emperor Claudius (41-54 CE) the Trentino was integrated in the Imperial roadnet with the construction of the Via Claudia Augusta Padana (from Ostiglia to the Resia Pass) and the Via Augusta Altinate (from Treviso to Trento, passing through the Valsugana).
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.
With the Treaty of Versailles (1919), the Trentino was annexed to Italy, together with the new Province of Bolzano (South Tyrol), firstly as part of Venezia Tridentina.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trentino   (1448 words)

 Accommodation, rentals and hotels in Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
Trentino is comprised of two areas of legislative and administrative autonomy, Trentino and Alto Adige (SudTirol), and is most known for the wonderful Dolomite (Dolomiti) mountains.
Trentino has traditionally been the bridging land between Northern and Southern Europe - the area is bilingual, German and Italian - and has a rich artistic, historical, architectural and cultural heritage.
Summer or winter, Trentino offers clean water, pure air and beautiful surroundings, but, again, it is the Alpine Dolomites that come to mind when talking about Trentino Alto Adige, be it walking in the summer or enjoying the 600 kilometes of ski runs (over 300 ski lifts) in the winter.
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Trentino Youth World Conference, which represented a significant turning point in the relations of the local Trentino community with Trentino communities abroad, and within the context of initiatives regarding emigration from Trentino, the Autonomous Province of Trento intends to organise a second and similar event which will take place in Trento in 2003, namely the
Trentino Youth World Conference in 2003 (including travel and accommodation expenses for the young delegates) will be paid by the Autonomous Province of Trento.
Every “youth group” of a Trentino club, from within or also seeking youths that may reside in the local geographic area, is to promote local meetings in order to begin to debate the indicated issues, to research and clarify the topics of interest and/or to propose new ones
cc.usu.edu /~stacieg/Congress2.htm   (1094 words)

 Trentino - Genealogy and Culture
My introduction to Trentino began with stories told to me as a child about a valley in northern Italy surrounded by mountains, castles, and lakes.
Trentino emigrants at the Las Animas County, Colorado coal mines in Years 1900 and 1910
Trentino emigrants registered for the W.W. I draft
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 Delicious Italy - Wine from Trentino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The most commonly grown red grape in Trentino is the Schiava, which produces a special, light table wine and is often made into a rosé.
Among the red wines, a special mention must go to Teroldego Rotaliano Doc, called the "prince" of Trentino wines, and Marzemino Trentino Doc, two wines that symbolise wine-making in Trentino and which are made from vines of the same name, both native to the province.
Vines are cultivated in Trentino, a wholly mountainous region, in 117 of the 222 parishes of the province.
www.deliciousitaly.com /Trentinodishes1.htm   (425 words)

 Trentino - Cultural ties to the Trentino villages of our ancestors
The emigrant must be at least 60 years of age, of Trentino origin (by birth or residency), and not have visited Italy for at least 15 years.
Polenta -- a daughter remembers her mother making polenta the way it was made in Trentino generations ago.
Events In Trentino Alto Adige --- A partial listing of local feasts and other events to be held in the next few months.
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 History and tourist information on the Trentino Alto Adige region of Italy
The main towns of Trentino-Alto Adige are Trento (the capital of Trentino, accommodation here) and Bolzano (or Bozen to give it its German name, accommodation here) the capital of Alto Adige.
Puddings are excellent, from the familiar German sweets such as sachatorte and apfel strudel, to Soffiato alla Trentina (a trifle) and Zelten Trentino, which is a rich, grappa-flavoured fruitcake (or Christmas cake to you and me) eaten during the festive season.
The Italian half of the pair of towns that govern Trentino-Alto Adige, Trento is an historic city, famously the venue of the Council of Trent, where the Catholic Counter Reformation was launched.
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 Trentino-South Tyrol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It consists of two provinces: Trentino and South Tyrol, in which the majority of the population speaks German as first language.
In Trento province or Trentino there are very few German-speakers.
As of 2006, the Italian national institute of statistics ISTAT estimated that 55,747 foreign-born immigrants live in Trentino-Alto Adige, equal to 5.6% of the total regional population.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trentino-South_Tyrol   (1198 words)

 DeNa Wine Tours - Trentino
Trentino, around the city of Trento (or Trent) to the south, is historically Italian in language and culture.
Trentino's Teroldego stand with northern Italy's most distinguished wines, making wines of singular personality.
Trentino has Italy's largest production of Chardonnay, is a leader with sparkling wines by the classical method, many of which qualify under the recent but already prestigious Trento DOC.
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 Trentino-Alto Adige
The name Trentino refers to the southern part of the region and its capital Trentino (ancient Tridentum).
Trentino: the art influenced by Lombardy; Alto Adige: artistic taste of southern Germany.
After being a part of Italian kingdom founded by Napoleon, in 1815 Trentino-Alto Adige was joined with the Austrian southern Tyrol with the capital Innsbruck and only after the First World War the whole region was united with Italy.
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 Trentino Alto Adige Region - Italy
Territory: Trentino is one of the few Italian region not touched by the sea, its territory is mountainous and includes the majestically beautiful Dolomite group, and a great number of small lakes.
Historically under the domain of Austria for long centuries, in the Northern part of the region as a consequence the German language is spoken, and the region is officially bilingual.
During the Napoleonic wars Trentino was united to Tyrol and was for a time under Bayern, then with the Congress of Vienna was returned to Austria.
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 CARNIVAL - THE MASKS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
For its cultural and geographical position, and for the events that characterized its history, Trentino represent an essential moment of the meeting of Mediterranean and Central European cultures.
Signs of that can be seen in several aspects of Trentino culture: from the different dialects spoken in its valleys, to the costumes of the popular feasts.
And truly, in Trentino there are a lot of traditional Carnivals, which are a remarkable synthesis of ceremonial elements of Venice traditions and typical rites of other regions of Northern Italy, Germany or Central Europe.
www.dolomiti.it /eng/carnevale/trentino.htm   (218 words)

 Italian Visits - Welcome to Trentino
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Trentino is a curious Region of Italy because culturally and socially it's not quite all Italian.
Situated in the southern Alps in the Dolomite range, Trentino is bordered on the north by Austria, which is accessible through the Brenner Pass.
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 A trip to Trentino
There's an incredible variety of scenery in Trentino, a kaleidoscope of colours, microclimates and views that evolve and change as we wind our way up from the verdant slopes of Lake Garda to the year-round glaciers at over 3,000 metres.
Trentino is also famous for its wonderful wines.
Vino santo (holy wine) is made by leaving the grapes to dry on wooden grids until Easter when the wine is traditionally made.
www.italiaplease.com /eng/megazine/giroditalia/2001/08/trentino/index.html   (466 words)

 Dolomites Trentino
Winter in Trentino means unforgettable moments and emotions.
The ski resorts of Trentino are a mixture of technology and breathtaking panoramic views.
Trentino has always been a meeting place between Northern and Southern Europe and hosts a rich artistic, historical, cultural and traditional heritage.
www.visitdolomites.com /dolomites/en/zone2/trentino-dolomieten.html   (203 words)

 Val di Non, Trentino, Italy
A land of 6,200 square kilometers among the mountains in the heart of the Alps, for centuries the crossroads and the link between northern Europe and the Mediterranean.
In Trentino, perhaps the most widely known mountains in the world, the Dolomites, turn fiery red at sunset under the reflection of the sunlight on the horizon.
Valle di Non is one of the Trentino areas where the "gropel" grape is still harvested to make the characteristic mountain wine.
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 Trentino, Italy - Genealogy, Ancestors, and Family History
This is a listing of some of the men from Trentino who registered in parts of Colorado, Nevada, and Idaho.
US Pages -- stories by descendents of Trentino emigrants about their ancesctors' first experiences in the US, and of visits to Trentino in search of their heritage.
The author visited 465 cemeteries in Trentino and recorded gravestone inscriptions of 585 emigrants, 51 of which are included in the book.
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 In Italy Online - Trentino Alto Adige
Laid out along the country's northeastern border with Austria, it is a breathtaking land of saw-toothed ridges and snow-capped peaks, alpine meadows and glittering waterfalls, popular ski resorts and immaculate medieval towns.
While this may sound like a reasonable solution, it has actually proved to be little more than another political expedient which has led, in a way, to further estrangement from Italy and to a sort of de facto internal division.
Even the most casual visitor will have little trouble noticing that Trentino, the southern part of the region centered around the beautiful city of Trento, is far more Italian than Alto Adige, which is also known as Südtyrol.
www.initaly.com /regions/taa/taa.htm   (708 words)

 Subwoofer Trentino by TNT
I vantaggi di questa configurazione consistono nella possibilità di estendere considerevolmente la banda passante verso il basso, con in più una pendenza di attenuazione molto minore del doppio reflex, simile a quella della sospensione pneumatica, ed una ottima tenuta in potenza, con una drastica riduzione delle distorsioni e delle emissioni spurie del condotto di accordo.
Io ho provato il Trentino con alcuni amplificatori commerciali della fascia delle 5-600.000 senza avere problemi di alcun tipo, ma è comunque necessario porre attenzione in questo senso.
Il piano di costruzione del Trentino è visibile nella figura qui sotto: raccomando di utilizzare MDF da minimo 19 mm di spessore (in caso di spessori superiori è necessario mantenere le misure interne al fine di non variare i volumi di lavoro), da incollare mediante colla vinilica.
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 virtualitalia.com - trentino - a tavola
The fact that the local population originally lived in conditions of extreme poverty meant that the typical dishes of Trentino became very uniform and substantial in character.
The "torta de levà" was eaten on Sundays: fermented yeast was added at two different intervals to white flour, some eggs, a knob of butter; after mixing together it would be left to stand and then placed in the oven until cooked.
In Valle del Fersina, situated in the east of Trentino, where a language of German origin is still spoken today, "mocheno", "kropfen" and "stròboi" are very common.
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 Trentino Guide | iExplore.com
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Member mediterranean_girl writes: "As a result of its unique position, wedged between Italy and Austria, Trentino is part of the largerandhellip;"
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Trentino offers a rich carnet of cultural and sporting events, performances, shows, reviews, and exhibitions.
" is the initiative which includes the cultural events held in Trentino during the sammer.
St.Vigilio's Festivities: on the occasion of the festivities for Trento’s Patron Saint, the martyr San Vigilio, the city comes to life with the carousel of the Feste Vigiliane.
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Two of the greatest ski circuits in the Alps are the Dolomiti Superski and the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta, which cover almost the whole of Trentino and offer the possibility to enjoy many slopes and different landscapes with just two lift passes.
At San Giacomo a fully equipped cross-country ski centre is available for those who love Nordic skiing on tracks cut both for classic and the newer skatin style.
Cembra Pine - Folgaria Lavarone Luserna - Garda Trentino - Paganella - Primiero - Valdadige - Val Di Fassa - Val Di Fiemme - Val Di Non - Val Di Sole - Vallagarina - Valli Giudicarie - Val Rendena - Valsugana.
www.infotrentino.com /eng/Editorials/SkiSpecial/default.asp   (868 words)

 Trentino Castles
The castle symbol par excellence is Buonconsiglio of Trento.
It was the birthplace of Bernardo Clesio (1485), the most famous and shrewd Trentino prince bishop.
It is perhaps the most "Italian" castle building in Trentino, in fact according to legend it was built to designs by Andrea Palladio.
www.science.unitn.it /~iori/trentino/castles.html   (1695 words)

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