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 Tyrol, as well as one of the largest cities in the . Photo: Pahu, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The is the most important side valley of the in Tyrol, . Photo: Alexander Gerl, CC BY-SA 2.0.

The is the lower part of the Inn valley in Tyrol, , stretching from a few km west of until in . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is city in the state of Tyrol, with a population of ca. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.


The is a 40-km-long Alpine valley in the south of Tyrol, . Photo: FkMohr, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

The is an valley in Tyrol and known for its lake, the Achen Lake, with a surface of 6.8 km² it is the largest lake in Tyrol. Photo: Waerfelu, CC BY 3.0.

The is an Alpine valley that branches off from the at in Tyrol, . Photo: FkMohr, CC BY 3.0 de.

is a medieval town in East Tyrol, in the state of Tyrol in . Photo: Lambert Oitzinger, CC BY-SA 3.0 at.

is a medieval town situated in the along the river Kitzbüheler Ache in Tyrol, , about 100 km east of the state capital and is the administrative centre of the district. Photo: Ricardalovesmonuments, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is widely regarded as the leading ski resort destination in . Photo: Pgjansson, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a market town lying adjacent to the Lech River approximately 45 miles northwest of , and southwest of , . Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

is a small market town in the Kitzbuhler Alps in the Tyrol region of . Photo: Peterfitzgerald, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a municipality in the district of Landeck in the state of Tyrol. Photo: Franzfoto, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a municipality in the district of Reutte in the state of Tyrol. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.5.

is a ski resort village in Tyrol. thas 3 valley stations that lead into the large ski area with 109 km of slopes. Photo: Karl Gruber, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Vils is a small town in Tyrol. It is close to in Germany and makes for a more sedate alternative base for trips to the castles of . Photo: Gras-Ober, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Oberndorf bei Salzburg — in 's Tyrol region — and Laufen — in , — face each other across the River Salzach. Photo: High Contrast, CC BY 3.0 at.

is a small Tyrolean village in the heart of the Wilder Kaiser mountains. Photo: Wilder Kaiser, CC BY-SA 3.0.

am Großglockner is in East-Tyrol, . is located on the border of the Nationalpark Hohe Tauern and the main starting point for climbs on Austria's highest mountain, Großglockner. Photo: MatthiasKabel, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is town and a winter resort in the Tyrol region of and it is the most populous town in the Pillerseetal valley area. Photo: Jean & Nathalie, CC BY 2.0.

is a picturesque historic Alpine village in the Austrian Ausserfern region of the northern Tirol. Photo: Franzfoto, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The is a municipality and alpine valley in the Landeck district in the state of Tyrol. Photo: Clemenspicture, CC BY 3.0.

The is a glacier and a ski resort in the western part of in Tyrol, to the southwest of . Photo: Haneburger, Public domain.


Latitude of center
47.25° or 47° 15' north
Longitude of center
11.3333° or 11° 20' east
605 metres (1,985 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Tirol
  • Afrikaans: Tirool
  • Albanian: Tiroli
  • Arabic: Tyrol
  • Arabic: تيرول
  • Aragonese: Estato de Tirol
  • Aragonese: Tirol
  • Armenian: Տիրոլ
  • Asturian: Tirol
  • Azerbaijani: Tirol
  • Basque: Tirol
  • Bavarian: Bundesland Tirol
  • Bavarian: Bundeslãnd Tiaroi
  • Bavarian: Bundeslånd Tiaroi
  • Bavarian: Bundeslånd Tirol
  • Bavarian: Tirol
  • Belarusian: Тыроль
  • Belarusian: Ціроль
  • Bengali: টিরোল
  • Bosnian: Tirol
  • Breton: Tirol
  • Bulgarian: Тирол
  • Catalan: Estat del Tirol
  • Catalan: Tirol
  • Cebuano: Tirol (estado pederal)
  • Cebuano: Tirol
  • Chinese: Tirol Chiu
  • Chinese: 提洛州
  • Chinese: 提洛爾
  • Chinese: 提洛邦
  • Chinese: 蒂罗尔州
  • Chinese: 蒂羅爾
  • Cornish: Tirol
  • Croatian: Tirol
  • Czech: Pokněžené hrabství Tyrolské
  • Czech: Tirol
  • Czech: Tyrolsko
  • Czech: Tyroly
  • Danish: Tyrol
  • Dutch: Tirol
  • Dutch: Tirool
  • English: Tirol
  • Esperanto: Tirolio
  • Esperanto: Tirolo
  • Estonian: Tirool
  • Finnish: Tirol
  • Finnish: Tiroli
  • Finnish: Tyrol
  • French: Tyrol
  • Friulian: Tirol
  • Friulian: Tirôl
  • Galician: Estado de Tirol
  • Galician: Estado do Tirol
  • Georgian: ტიროლი
  • German: AT-7
  • German: AT33
  • German: Bundesland Tirol
  • German: Land Tirol
  • German: Tirol
  • Greek: Τιρόλο
  • Gujarati: ટાયરોલ
  • Hebrew: טירול
  • Hindi: टिरोल
  • Hungarian: Tirol
  • Hungarian: Tirol tartomány
  • Icelandic: Tirol
  • Ido: Tirol
  • Indonesian: Tirol
  • Indonesian: Tyrol
  • Interlingue: Tirol
  • Irish: An Tioróil
  • Italian: Bundesland Tirol
  • Italian: Tirolo
  • Italian: Tirolo austriaco
  • Japanese: チロル州
  • Japanese: チロール州
  • Japanese: ツィロル州
  • Japanese: ティロル州
  • Japanese: ティロール州
  • Kannada: ಟೈರೋಲ್
  • Korean: 티롤주
  • Kurdish: Tîrol
  • Latin: Tirolis
  • Latvian: Tirole
  • Limburgan: Tirol
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Tirol (stato)
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Tirol
  • Lithuanian: Tirolio žemė
  • Lithuanian: Tirolis
  • Lombard: Tirol
  • Low German: Tirol
  • Low German: Tirool
  • Luxembourgish: Tiroul
  • Macedonian: Тирол
  • Malay: Tirol
  • Maltese: Tirol
  • Marathi: तिरोल
  • Mazanderani: تیرول
  • Min Nan Chinese: Tirol
  • Mongolian: Тироль
  • Northern Frisian: Tirol
  • Norwegian: Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Nord-Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Nordtirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Tirol
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Tirol i Østerrike
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Tirol
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Tyrol
  • Occitan (post 1500): Tiròl (land)
  • Occitan (post 1500): Tiròl
  • Ossetian: Тироль
  • Papiamento: Tirol
  • Persian: ایالت تیرول
  • Persian: تیرول
  • Polish: Tyrol
  • Portuguese: Tirol
  • Quechua: Tirol suyu
  • Romanian: Tirol
  • Russian: Тироль
  • Sardinian: Tirol
  • Scots: Tyrol
  • Scottish Gaelic: Tirol
  • Scottish Gaelic: Tyrol
  • Serbian: Покрајина Тирол
  • Serbian: Тирол
  • Serbo-Croatian: Tirol
  • Sicilian: Tirolu
  • Sindhi: ٽرول (رياست)
  • Sindhi: ٽرول
  • Sinhala: ටයිරෝල්
  • Slovak: Tirolsko
  • Slovenian: Tirol
  • Slovenian: Tirolska
  • Slovenian: Zvezna dežela Tirolska
  • Spanish: Tirol
  • Spanish: Tirol del Este
  • Spanish: Tirol del Norte
  • Swedish: Tirol
  • Swedish: Tyrol
  • Swedish: Tyrolen
  • Swiss German: Tirol
  • Tagalog: Tyrol
  • Tajik: Иёлати Тирол
  • Tajik: Тирол
  • Tamil: டிரோள்
  • Telugu: టైరోల్
  • Thai: Tyrol
  • Thai: รัฐทีโรล
  • Tosk Albanian: Bundesland Tirol
  • Turkish: Tirol
  • Turkish: Tyrol
  • Ukrainian: Тироль
  • Ukrainian: Тіроль
  • Upper Sorbian: Tirol
  • Upper Sorbian: Tyrolska
  • Urdu: ٹیرول (اسٹیٹ)
  • Urdu: ٹیرول (ریاست)
  • Urdu: ٹیرول
  • Venetian: Tirolo
  • Venetian: Tiroło
  • Vietnamese: Tirol
  • Vietnamese: Tyrol
  • Vlaams: Tirol (dêelstoat)
  • Vlaams: Tirol
  • Waray (Philippines): Tyrol
  • Welsh: Tirol
  • Western Armenian: Թիրոլ
  • Western Frisian: Tiroal (dielsteat)
  • Western Frisian: Tiroal
  • Western Panjabi: ٹیرول
  • Wu Chinese: 蒂罗尔州
  • Yue Chinese: 蒂羅爾
  • Tirol, Austria

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