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The Adige is a river with its source in the Alpine province of South Tyrol near the Italian border with Austria and Switzerland. At 410 kilometres in length, it is the second longest river in Italy, after the Po river at 652 kilometres.
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Sociology of music and its cultural implications. Interdisciplinary insights from theoretical debate and field work (2015)
Interdisciplinary insights from theoretical debate and field work by AA. VV., Ilaria Riccioni, Paolo Somigli
Trentino–Alto Adige is an autonomous region devided in two autonomous provinces: Trentino on one side (Italian) and Alto AdigeSüdtirol on the other ( officially trilingual with German, Italian and Ladin). This region is governed through the ...
TRENTINO-ALTO-ADIGE (See pp170–79) Trento Riva del Gardo Rovereto Alto Adige is a dramatic region of snowcovered mountain valleys scattered with forbidding castles and onion-domed churches in the Tyrolean style (see pp174–7 ).
Views from Geography and History by Hans Knippenberg, J. Markusse
Introduction South Tyrol or Alto Adige is a province in Northern Italy ...
Riesling Rediscovered (2016)
Bold, Bright, and Dry by John Winthrop Haeger
The Alto Adige is a patchwork quilt, a bit like Alsace, with all manner of soils and baserock cheek by jowl. However, the Val Venosta and the Valle Isarco are built mostly of soils weathered from crystalline rock, predominantly gneiss, quartz, and ...
Applications and Implications by Markku Suksi
South Tyrol or Alto Adige is a special case among the Italian regions. South Tyrol was ...
Fodor's See It Italy (2009)
Trentino-Alto Adige is a German-Italian region in the far northeast, created in 1919. The Alto Adige is German, while Trentino is distinctly Italian, a contrast of cultures evident in the region's main tovims. Bolzano (Bozenl. Bressanone lBrixenl ...
Encyclopedia of Prehistory (2011)
Volume 4: Europe by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember
“14C Datingsof threeMesolithic Series inthe Trento Basinin the Adige Valley ( Vatte di Zambana, Pradestel, Romagnano) and Comparisons with MesolithicSeries ofother Regions.” Preistoria Alpina 19:245–254. Bisi,F., Broglio, A., Dalmeri, G., ...
by Edmund Jan Osmańczyk, Anthony Mango
UPPER ADIGE. (Also, Trentino-Alto Adige, in Italian; South Tirol, South Tyrol, in Austria.) Mountainous region in northern Italy bordering on Switzerland to the northwest and Austria to the north; it comprises the provinces of Bolzano and Trento.
by Valerie Porter
Grigia di Val d'Adige/syn. Etschtaler (Austria), Ulten or Ultinger (Ger.), Ultimo (It.)/ extinct Grey Alpine: ( Trentino/Alto Adige, Italy)/d.m.[dr]/Grey Mountain type/= Tyrol Grey (Austria)/HB 1949/It.
by Project Gutenberg
by James Minahan
36,000 Ladins in northern Italv, concentrated in the Dolomite Alps region ot the Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto regions. Outside Europe there are Lad in ...
Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z [4 Volumes] (2002)
by James B. Minahan
and Trento provinces in the region of Trentino– Alto Adige, giving the region considerable autonomy. A democratic postwar Austrian ...
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