Trentino

Trentino Province is in . Naturally, Italian is widely spoken. However, the alternate name for this region, Südtirol, might tip you off to an interesting truth: The other predominant local language is German.

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, is a bit of an upmarket town in the northeast of .

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is a town in the of .

is a city in , . It is located in the Val di Fassa valley of the Dolomites mountain range.

is a municipality in the province of in , at the northern shore of by the towns and .

is a small city in , .

is a city at the northern shore of in .

Landmarks in the Area

The Church of Santa Maria Maggiore is an important place of worship in the city of , and the site of the Third Session of the Council of Trent.

Trento Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in , northern .

Trento railway station is the main station of , capital of the autonomous province of , in northeastern Italy.

Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa is a think tank and online newspaper based in , , and specialised on South East Europe.

Palazzo delle Albere is a Renaissance villa-fortress in , northern .

Localities in the Area

Cognola is a town in the province, Italy. Administratively it counts as one of the frazioni of the comune of , the third town of the when it comes to population.

Povo is a suburb of , in , northern Italy.

Terlago was a comune in in the northern region , located about 6 kilometres northwest of .

Mattarello is a small town in , Italy. It has been subsumed into a frazione of the comune of , having previously been an independent comune.

Pergine Valsugana is a comune in in the northern region , located about 9 kilometres east of .

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