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.

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or Bozen, is the capital city of , the German-speaking region in the northern part of .

is the largest alpine plateau in Europe in the South Tyrolean Dolomites in Italy with a size of 57 km².

is the second largest town in with a population of about 37,000.

is a historic farm- and tourist-village at the foot of the Sciliar mountain in .


is in . 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.

is a picturesque town which is the main town within the Val Gardena valley within .

is a city in in , .

is a town in . The first human settlements in the area date back to the Mesolithic age.

is in the upper Vinschgau valley of .

Landmarks in the Area

The Kassianspitze is a mountain in the Sarntal Alps in , .

The Jakobsspitze is a mountain in the Sarntal Alps in , .

The Königsangerspitze is a mountain in the Sarntal Alps in , .

The Durnholzer See is a lake in the Sarntal Alps in , .

The Tagewaldhorn is a mountain in the Sarntal Alps in , .

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