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Tyrol is a multi-national historical region in the heart of the Alps. It consists of North, East and South Tyrol. North and East Tyrol lie in and together make up the Austrian federal-state of Tyrol with its capital in . , despite its German-speaking majority, has been part of since the end of World War I.
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is the fifth-largest city in and the provincial capital of , as well as one of the largest cities in the .

is an alpine town in the Inn Valley just south of in , .

is a skiing resort in . It's also the main base for skiing on the slopes of Zillertal valley.

is a ski resort in the in , .

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The is a 40 km long Alpine valley in the south of , .

is a market town lying adjacent to the Lech River approximately 45 miles northwest of , and southwest of , .

is a picturesque historic Alpine village in the Austrian Ausserfern region of the northern Tirol.

is the largest alm settlement of , in the alpine region North .

Hall is a city in near . is a historic town in with about 12.300 inhabitants.

is a city of ca. 7,900 inhabitants in the Inn Valley in , , best known as the headquarters of the Swarovski crystal company.

is a city in . The Unterinntalbahn passes through , making train the most convenient way to get into the heart of the city.

is city in the state of , with a population of ca.

is a city of about 13,000 people in , Austria.

is a small market town in the Kitzbuhler Alps in the region of .

The is the lower part of the Inn valley in , , stretching from a few km west of until in .

Oberndorf bei Salzburg — in 's region — and Laufen — in , — face each other across the River Salzach.

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French: Tyrol, German: Tirol, Italian: Tirolo, Portuguese: Tirol, Russian: Тироль, Spanish: Estado de Tirol
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