Trentino-South Tyrol (Trentino-Sdtirol in German) is an autonomous region in northern Italy. It consists of two distinct areas, the Italian-speaking Trentino and the largely German-speaking South Tyrol. The region was part of Austria-Hungary until its annexation by Italy in 1919. It is a montainous region with mountains almost 4000 metres high. The main pillars of the economy are tourism and agriculture (lots of vineyards and fruit farms).
Bozen photo gallery  - 20 pictures of Bozen
Fruit farms photo gallery  - 13 pictures of Fruit farms
Ritten photo gallery  - 7 pictures of Ritten
Vineyards photo gallery  - 10 pictures of Vineyards
20 photos of Bozen, the provincial capital of South Tyrol
13 photos of fruit farms
7 photos of the Ritten plateau near Bozen
10 photos of vineyards in South Tyrol
Trento photo gallery  - 6 pictures of Trento
Maria Weißenstein pilgrimage church photo gallery  - 17 pictures of Maria Weißenstein pilgrimage church
6 photos of Trento, the provincial capital of the Trentino region
17 photos of the Maria Weißenstein sanctuary, a pilgrimage site in the South Tyrol mountains
Gallery with all images
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