Trentino-South Tyrol (Trentino-Südtirol 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).

01 Zollstange square 02 Piave street 03 Piave street 04 Piave street 05 Corner building on Piave street 06 Walther square
07 Walther square 08 Walther square 09 Statue of Walther von der Vogelweide 10 Statue of Walther von der Vogelweide 11 Stadt hotel
12 Building 13 Bindergasse alley 14 Bindergasse alley 15 Zollstange square 16 Shopping centre 17 Night view of cathedral
18 Lauben at night 19 Lauben at night 20 Bank on Walther square at night 01 Apple farm 02 Apple trees 03 Apple trees
04 Apple trees 05 Apples 06 Apples 07 Apple tree 08 Plum trees 09 Plums
10 Persimmon fruits 11 Persimmon tree 12 Persimmon fruits 13 Persimmon tree 01 Parking and larch forest
02 Panorama view with meadow and forest 03 Meadow and larch trees 04 Panorama view with forest and Schlern mountain 05 Alpine meadow and larch forest 06 Mountain inn
07 Panorama view with meadow and forest 01 Grapevines 02 Grapes 03 Grapes 04 Grapes
05 Grapes 06 Grapes 07 Grapes 08 Vineyard 09 Vineyard
10 Vineyard 01 Castle 02 Castle 03 Castle 04 Building on San Marco road
05 Alley 06 San Pietro degli Orbi church
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