St. Lorenzen

St. Lorenzen in the Puster Valley, is a comune in the Italian Region / in the province of Bozen- and located about 100 km northeast of and about 50 km northeast of .

Notable Places in the Area

Castle
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Castle
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Castle
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Museum
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Localities in the Area

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

Village
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Village
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St. Lorenzen

Latitude
46.7851° or 46° 47' 6.5" north
Longitude
11.9081° or 11° 54' 29.2" east
Population
1220
United Nations Location Code
IT RZT
Elevation
810 metres (2657 feet)
Geo­Names ID
3168114

Also Known As

  • Arabic: St. Lorenzen
  • Armenian: Սան Լորենցո դի Սեբատո
  • Basque: St. Lorenzen
  • Bulgarian: Сан Лоренцо ди Себато
  • Catalan: St. Lorenzen
  • Cebuano: San Lorenzo di Sebato - St. Lorenzen
  • Chechen: Сан-Лоренцо-ди-Себато
  • Chinese: 圣洛伦佐迪塞巴托
  • Czech: St. Lorenzen (Itálie)
  • Danish: St. Lorenzen
  • Dutch: Sankt Lorenzen
  • English: Saint Lorenzen
  • English: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • English: St. Lorenzen, South Tyrol
  • Esperanto: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Esperanto: Sankt Lorenzen
  • Esperanto: St. Lorenzen
  • Estonian: St. Lorenzen
  • Estonian: St. Lorenzeni vald
  • French: San Laurënz
  • French: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • French: Sankt Lorenzen
  • German: San Laurenz
  • German: San Laurënz
  • German: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • German: Sankt Lorenzen
  • German: St. Lorenzen
  • German: St. Lorenzen (Südtirol)
  • Hungarian: San Laurënz
  • Hungarian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Hungarian: Sankt Lorenzen
  • Hungarian: St. Lorenzen
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Italian: San Laurënz
  • Italian: San Lorenzo
  • Italian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Italian: St. Lorenzen
  • Japanese: サン・ロレンツォ・ディ・セバート
  • Kazakh: Сан-Лоренцо-ди-Себато
  • Latin: Fanum Sancti Laurentii Saevatiensis
  • Latin: Saebatum
  • Lombard: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Luxembourgish: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Luxembourgish: St. Lorenzen
  • Malay: St. Lorenzen
  • Neapolitan: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Norwegian Bokmål: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Occitan (post 1500): San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Persian: سن لورنزو دی سباتو
  • Piemontese: Sankt Lorenzen
  • Polish: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Polish: St. Lorenzen
  • Portuguese: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Romanian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Russian: Сан-Лоренцо-ди-Себато
  • Serbian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Serbian: Сан Лоренцо ди Себато
  • Serbo-Croatian: San Lorenzo di Sebato, Bolzano
  • Sicilian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • South Azerbaijani: سن لورنزو دی سباتو
  • Spanish: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Swedish: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Swedish: St. Lorenzen
  • Tatar: Сан-Лоренцо-ди-Себато
  • Ukrainian: Сан-Лоренцо-ді-Себато
  • Upper Sorbian: St. Lorenzen
  • Venetian: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Vietnamese: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Volapük: San Lorenzo di Sebato
  • Waray (Philippines): St. Lorenzen

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