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Innsbruck

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Innsbruck is the fifth-largest city in and the provincial capital of , as well as one of the largest cities in the . It is in a valley of the river Inn between mountain ranges of above 2000 m above sea level, halfway between and northern , and is a hub of a region popular for skiing and other mountain-related activities and a busy tourist destination.
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Innsbruck

  • Location: , , , ,
  • Population: 132,000
  • IATA airport code: INN
  • United Nations Location Code: AT INN
  • Latitude: 47.2627° or 47° 15' 45.6" north
  • Longitude: 11.3945° or 11° 23' 40.3" east
  • Elevation: 570 meters (1870 feet)
  • GeoNames ID: 2775220

Other Names for Innsbruck

  • Arabic: إنسبروك
  • Armenian: Ինսբրուք
  • Azerbaijani: İnsbruk
  • Bavarian: Innschbruck
  • Belarusian: Інсбрук
  • Bengali: ইন্সব্রুক
  • Bulgarian: Инсбрук
  • Chinese: 因斯布鲁克
  • Chuvash: Инсбрук
  • Eastern Mari: Инсбрук
  • French: Innsbruck
  • Georgian: ინსბრუკი
  • German: Innsbruck
  • Greek: Ίνσμπρουκ
  • Hebrew: אינסברוק
  • Italian: Innsbruck
  • Japanese: インスブルック
  • Korean: 인스브루크
  • Latin: Pons Aeni
  • Latvian: Insbruka
  • Lithuanian: Insbrukas
  • Macedonian: Инсбрук
  • Marathi: इन्सब्रुक
  • Ossetian: Инсбрук
  • Persian: اینسبروک
  • Portuguese: Innsbruck
  • Russian: Инсбрук
  • Serbian: Инзбрук
  • Spanish: Innsbruck
  • Thai: อินส์บรุค
  • Turkish: İnnsbruck
  • Ukrainian: Інсбрук
  • Venetian: Insbruc
  • Western Panjabi: انزبرک
  • Wu Chinese: 因斯孛鲁克

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