South Tyrol

South Tyrol is the northernmost region in , bordering to the north and northeast, to the northwest, and the rest of Italy to the south.
Photo: Moroder, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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or Bozen, is the capital city of South Tyrol, the German-speaking region in the northern part of . Photo: Italo-Europeo, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the second largest town in South Tyrol with a population of about 41,000. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a town in South Tyrol. The first human settlements in the area date back to the Mesolithic age. Photo: SBT, CC BY-SA 4.0.

(German pronunciation; Italian: Brunico or Ladin: Bornech or Burnech; Latin: Branecium or Brunopolis is the largest town in the in the province of South Tyrol. Photo: Zefram, CC BY 2.0 de.

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in Gröden - commonly abbreviated to St. Photo: L3O, Public domain.

is in South Tyrol. Perched at about 1,000m above sea level in the Dolomites, this small town is a good place to stay while exploring the nearby alpine meadow and the surrounding peaks. Photo: Moroder, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is in the upper Vinschgau valley of South Tyrol. Photo: Kuebi, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a historic farm- and tourist-village at the foot of the Sciliar mountain in South Tyrol. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

is a town in South Tyrol, included in the list of "most beautiful towns in Italy". Photo: SBT, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

in the Puster Valley, is a comune in the Italian Region /South Tyrol in the province of Bozen- and located about 100 km northeast of and about 50 km northeast of . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the largest alpine plateau in Europe in the South Tyrolean Dolomites in Italy with a size of 57 km². Photo: Llorenzi, CC BY-SA 3.0.

South Tyrol

Latitude of center
46.7167° or 46° 43' north
Longitude of center
11.5° or 11° 30' east
Population
531,000
Abbreviation
BZ
Elevation
2153 metres (7064 feet)
Geo­Names ID
3181912

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Suid-Tirol
  • Afrikaans: Suid-Tirool
  • Albanian: Provinca Autonome e Bolzanos
  • Albanian: Provinca autonome e Bolcanos
  • Arabic: Bolzano
  • Arabic: مقاطعة بولسانو
  • Aragonese: Provincia autonoma de Bozen
  • Armenian: Բոլցանո
  • Asturian: Provincia autónoma de Bolzano
  • Azerbaijani: Cənubi Tirol
  • Basque: Bozen-Hego Tirolgo probintzia autonomoa
  • Bavarian: Sidtiroul
  • Belarusian: Бальцана (правінцыя)
  • Belarusian: Бальцана
  • Belarusian: Паўднёвы Ціроль
  • Breton: Sutirol
  • Bulgarian: Южен Тирол
  • Catalan: Tirol del Sud
  • Cebuano: Bolzano
  • Chinese: Bolzano Chū-tī Séng
  • Chinese: 博尔扎诺-上阿迪杰自治省
  • Chinese: 博岑-南提洛自治省
  • Chinese: 波爾察諾-上阿迪傑自治省
  • Chinese: 波爾扎諾自治省
  • Chinese: 阿迪傑
  • Croatian: Autonomna pokrajina Bocen
  • Czech: Autonomní provincie Bolzano
  • Czech: Jižní Tyrolsko/Südtirol
  • Danish: Sydtyrol
  • Dutch: Zuid-Tirol
  • English: Alto Adige
  • English: Autonomous Province of Bolzano – South Tyrol
  • English: Autonomous Province of Bozen/Bolzano – South Tyrol
  • English: Bolzano
  • English: Bolzano province
  • English: Bozen province
  • English: Province of Bolzano-Bozen
  • English: Provincia autonoma di Bolzano
  • English: South Tirol
  • English: Südtirol
  • English: autonomous province of Bolzano-Bozen
  • English: autonomous province of Bolzano
  • English: autonomous province of Bozen
  • English: province of Bolzano-Bozen
  • English: province of Bolzano
  • English: province of Bozen
  • English: provincia di Bolzano
  • Esperanto: Sudtirolo
  • Estonian: Bolzano provints
  • Finnish: Alto Adige
  • Finnish: Etelä-Tiroli
  • Finnish: Provincia autonoma di Bolzano
  • Finnish: Südtirol
  • French: Haut-Adige
  • French: Province autonome de Bolzano
  • French: Sud-Tyrol/Südtirol
  • Galician: Provincia autónoma de Bolzano
  • Georgian: ბოლცანო (პროვინცია)
  • German: Autonome Provinz Bozen
  • German: Autonome Provinz Bozen – Südtirol
  • German: Bozen
  • German: Bozen - Südtirol
  • German: Provinz Bozen
  • German: Süd-Tirol
  • German: Südtirol
  • German: Tiroler Etschland
  • Greek: Αυτόνομη επαρχία του Μπολτσάνο
  • Greek: Νότιο Τιρόλο
  • Hebrew: דרום טירול
  • Hungarian: Bolzano autonóm megye
  • Hungarian: Bolzano megye
  • Hungarian: Bozen autonóm megye
  • Hungarian: Bozen megye
  • Hungarian: Dél-Tirol
  • Hungarian: Südtirol
  • Indonesian: Provinsi Bolzano-Bozen
  • Irish: An Tioróil Theas
  • Irish: Tirol Theas
  • Italian: Alto Adige
  • Italian: Bolzano
  • Italian: Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano
  • Italian: Provincia di Bolzano
  • Italian: Sud Tirolo
  • Italian: Sudtirolo
  • Italian: Tirolo del Sud
  • Italian: provincia autonoma di Bolzano-Alto Adige
  • Italian: provincia autonoma di Bolzano
  • Italian: provincia di Bolzano
  • Japanese: ボルツァーノ自治県
  • Javanese: Provinsi otonom Bolzano
  • Kashubian: Pôłniowi Tirol
  • Korean: 볼차노도
  • Ladin: Bulsan – Südtirol
  • Ladin: Südtirol
  • Ladino: Provinsia de Bolzano
  • Latin: Libera Provincia Bauzanensis
  • Latin: Provincia Bauzanensis
  • Latvian: Alto Adidže
  • Latvian: Bolcāno autonomā province
  • Latvian: Bolcāno province
  • Latvian: Dienvidtirole
  • Ligurian: Provinsa de Bolsàn
  • Lithuanian: Pietų Tirolis
  • Lombard: Südtirol
  • Low German: Zuud-Tirool
  • Luxembourgish: Südtiroul
  • Macedonian: Јужен Тирол
  • Min Nan Chinese: Bolzano Chū-tī Séng
  • Norwegian: Syd-Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Den autonome provinsen Bolzano-Syd-Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sør-Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sør-Tyrol
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Provinsen Bolzano
  • Occitan (post 1500): Província del Sud-Tiròl
  • Ossetian: Больцано
  • Persian: التو آدیجه
  • Persian: تیرول جنوبی
  • Piemontese: Provincia ëd Bolsan
  • Polish: Bozen-Südtirol
  • Polish: Południowy Tyrol/Südtirol
  • Portuguese: Bolzano
  • Portuguese: Província autónoma de Bolzano
  • Quechua: Urin Tirul
  • Romanian: Provincia Autonomă Bolzano
  • Romansh: Provinza autonoma da Bulsaun
  • Romansh: Tirol dal Sid
  • Russian: Больцано-Боцен - Южный Тироль
  • Russian: Больцано
  • Russian: Южный Тироль
  • Russian: автономная провинция Больцано-Боцен - Южный Тироль
  • Sardinian: Provìntzia autònoma de Bolzano - Alto Adige/Südtirol
  • Scots: Sooth Tyrol
  • Serbian: Болцано
  • Serbo-Croatian: Bolzano
  • Sicilian: Pruvincia autònoma di Buzzanu
  • Sicilian: Pruvincia autònuma di Buzzanu
  • Sicilian: Pruvincia di Buzzanu
  • Slovak: Autonómna provincia Bolzano – Horná Adiža
  • Slovenian: Južna Tirolska
  • Spanish: Alto Adigio
  • Spanish: Bolzano
  • Spanish: Provincia autónoma de Bolzano
  • Swedish: Alto Adige
  • Swedish: Provincia autonoma di Bolzano
  • Swedish: Sydtyrolen
  • Swedish: Südtirol
  • Swiss German: Bozen - Südtirol
  • Swiss German: Südtirol
  • Tagalog: Bolzano
  • Tagalog: Lalawigang Awtonomo ng Bolzano
  • Tosk Albanian: Südtirol
  • Turkish: Güney Tirol
  • Ukrainian: Провінція Больцано
  • Upper Sorbian: Južny Tirol
  • Urdu: جنوبی ٹائرول
  • Venetian: Alto Àdexe
  • Venetian: Provincia autònoma de Bolzan
  • Vietnamese: Bolzano-Bozen
  • Vlaams: Zuud-Tirol
  • Waray (Philippines): Bolzano
  • Welsh: Bolzano
  • Welsh: Talaith Bolzano
  • Western Armenian: Պոլզանօ
  • Western Frisian: Súd-Tiroal
  • Wu Chinese: 博尔扎诺-南蒂罗尔自治省
  • Yiddish: דרום טיראל
  • Botzen
  • Elt Égg’
  • Nam Tirol
  • Provinge autonome de Bolzano
  • ბოლცანოს პროვინცია

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