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County of Tyrol
Louis V of Wittelsbach, then Margrave of Brandenburg. The red eagle in Tyrol's coat of arms may derive from the Brandenburg eagle at the time when she
May 1st 2017

Tyrol–South Tyrol–Trentino Euroregion
The TyrolSouth-TyrolSouth Tyrol–Trentino-EuroregionTrentino Euroregion (German: Europaregion Tirol-Südtirol-Trentino; Italian: Euregio Tirolo-Alto Adige-Trentino) is a Euroregion formed
May 26th 2017

Tyrol (state)
has international road, rail and air connexions. Innsbruck-AirportInnsbruck Airport is Tyrol's international airport. In addition there are several smaller airports in
Apr 19th 2017

History of Tyrol
compensation after the death of Margarete Maultasch in 1369. The red eagle in Tyrol's coat of arms derives from the red Brandenburg eagle, dating from the time
May 18th 2017

Galen Tyrol
worked as a union leader when the Cylons arrive and occupy New Caprica. Tyrol's speech urging the union to strike shortly before the occupation begins
Feb 17th 2017

South Tyrol
greater autonomy within Italy, and that Austria would not interfere in South Tyrol's internal affairs.[citation needed] The new agreement proved broadly satisfactory
May 12th 2017

Italianization of South Tyrol
The newly composed Bozner Bergsteigerlied quickly became one of South Tyrol's unofficial hymns by celebrating an unbroken attachment of the South Tyroleans
Feb 20th 2016

Cally Henderson Tyrol
Callandra "Cally" Tyrol (nee Callandra Henderson) (also known as Cally or Crewman Cally, Deckhand Cally, or Specialist Cally) is a fictional character
Feb 21st 2017

Tyrol Castle
forces of the Luxembourg king Charles IV. The castle remained the seat of Tyrol's sovereigns until 1420, when the Habsburg archduke Frederick IV moved the
Jan 11th 2017

Margaret, Countess of Tyrol
the eldest son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol, Margaret's paternal aunt. Nevertheless, when the Tyrolean lands were claimed
Apr 29th 2017

History of South Tyrol
that 46% of South Tyrol's population would favor their secession from Italy. Among the political parties that support South Tyrol's reunification into
May 20th 2017

South Tyrol quality mark
The quality mark “South Tyrol” is a regional collective trademark with geographical indication, that stands for a certified quality in special agricultural
Feb 14th 2015

Politics of South Tyrol
The politics of South Tyrol is conducted through a parliamentary, democratic autonomous province with a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised
Mar 20th 2017

East Tyrol
Maximilian I of Habsburg finally incorporated it into Austrian Tyrol. East Tyrol's present-day situation arose from the defeat of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
Nov 19th 2016

Badia, South Tyrol
Badia (ItalianItalian pronunciation: [baˈdiːa]; German: Abtei [abˈtaɪ̯]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol, northern ItalyItaly. It is one of the five Ladin-speaking
Feb 12th 2017

Summer in Tyrol
Summer in Tyrol (Danish: Sommer i Tyrol) is a 1964 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Dirch Passer. Dirch Passer - Leopold Ulrik
Dec 26th 2016

Meinhard I, Count of Gorizia-Tyrol
Meinhard I (c. 1200/1205 – 22 July 1258), a member of the House of Gorizia (Meinhardiner), was Count of Gorizia (as Meinhard III) from 1231 and Count of
Apr 21st 2016

Längsee (Tyrol)
Langsee is a lake of Tyrol, Austria. EgelseeEgelsee (Tyrol) Hechtsee Coordinates: 47°35′58″N 12°09′17″E / 47.59944°N 12.15472°E / 47.59944; 12.15472
Feb 26th 2013

South Tyrol wine
Trentino The Trentino-South Tyrol/Alto Adige area is an autonomous region located in north-east Italy producing wine in the two autonomous provinces of Trentino
Mar 20th 2017

Burgstall, South Tyrol
Burgstall (German pronunciation: [ˈbʊrkʃtal]; Italian: Postal [poˈstal]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy. As of 30 November
Mar 3rd 2017

Meinhard III, Count of Gorizia-Tyrol
Meinhard III (9 February 1344 – 13 January 1363), a member of the House of Wittelsbach, was Duke of Upper Bavaria and Count of Tyrol from 1361 until his
Apr 11th 2016

Lana, South Tyrol
For other uses, see Lana (disambiguation). Lana (German pronunciation: [ˈlaːna]; Italian pronunciation: [ˈlaːna]) is a comune (municipality) in South
Mar 4th 2017

South Tyrol Option Agreement
South-Tyrol-Option-Agreement">The South Tyrol Option Agreement (German: Option in Südtirol; Italian: Opzioni in Alto Adige) refers to the period between 1939 and 1943, when the native
Apr 22nd 2017

Citizens' Union for South Tyrol
vote, respectively. The UfS renamed itself to Citizens' Union for South Tyrol (BUfS) on 12 May 2011. In the forthcoming 2013 provincial election the BUfS
Apr 19th 2017

Democratic Party of South Tyrol
The Democratic Party of South Tyrol (German: Demokratische Partei Südtirol, DPS) was a minor regionalist liberal, green and social-democratic political
Mar 9th 2015

Neumarkt, South Tyrol
Neumarkt (literally "new market"; German pronunciation: [ˈnɔɪ̯markt]; Italian: Egna [ˈeɲɲa]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy
Mar 4th 2017

South Tyrolean secessionist movement
Italians) would encourage South Tyrol's secession. Listed below are percentages, obtained via census, of South Tyrol's population based on their first
May 13th 2017

Civic Network of South Tyrol
serving for e-Government and public administration and generally as South Tyrol's web portal. Administrative content is available in the official languages
Dec 2nd 2015

Riffian, South Tyrol
For other uses of this name, see Rifian. Riffian (German pronunciation: [ˈrɪfɪan]; Italian: Rifiano [riˈfjaːno]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol
Mar 4th 2017

Albert IV, Count of Tyrol
Count Albert IV Count of Tyrol Spouse(s) Uta of Frontenhausen-Lechsgemünd Noble family House of Tyrol Father Henry I, Count of Tyrol Mother Agnes of Wangen
Sep 3rd 2016

Tux, Tyrol
Tux is a municipality in the Schwaz district in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The parish of Tux covers the higher and largest part of the Tuxertal, a
Jan 26th 2017

Mühlbach, South Tyrol
Mühlbach (German pronunciation: [ˈmyˑlbax]; Italian: Rio di Pusteria [ˈriːo di pusteˈriːa]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy
Mar 4th 2017

Marling, South Tyrol
For other uses, see Marling (disambiguation). Marling (German pronunciation: [ˈmarlɪŋ]; Italian: Marlengo [marˈleŋɡo]) is a comune (municipality) in South
Mar 4th 2017

Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol
greater autonomy within Italy, and that Austria would not interfere in South Tyrol's internal affairs. The new agreement proved broadly satisfactory to the
May 6th 2017

Martell, South Tyrol
Martell (German pronunciation: [marˈtɛl]; ItalianItalian: Martello [marˈtɛllo]) is a valley and comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern ItalyItaly. It is
Mar 4th 2017

Greens (South Tyrol)
Greens">The Greens (VerdiGrüne–Verc) are a green, regionalist and social-democratic political party active in South Tyrol, northern Italy. Once the provincial
Apr 10th 2017

Klausen, South Tyrol
Klausen (German pronunciation: [ˈklaʊ̯sn̩]; Italian: Chiusa [ˈkjuːza]; Ladin: TlusesTluses or Tlüses) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy
Apr 7th 2017

Laas, South Tyrol
Laas (German pronunciation: [laːs]; Italian: Lasa [ˈlaːza]) is a comune (municipality) in the province of South Tyrol in northern Italy, located about
Mar 4th 2017

Reichsgau Tirol-Vorarlberg
The Reichsgau Tirol-Vorarlberg (English: Gau Tyrol-Vorarlberg) was an administrative division of Nazi Germany consisting of Vorarlberg and North Tyrol
Mar 24th 2016

Salzburg-Tyrol Railway
network. The section from Worgl to Saalfelden is served by the S6 line of Tyrol S-Bahn system. Volkswirthschaftliche Zeitung. (Giselabahn.) Das Vaterland
Mar 24th 2017

Tyrol 1809 order of battle
At the beginning of the War of the Fifth Coalition on 9 April 1809, the armies of the Austrian Empire invaded the Kingdom of Bavaria, an ally of the First
Jan 22nd 2017

Tyrol S-Bahn
S The Tyrol S-Bahn provides regional rail services in metropolitan Innsbruck, Austria and its hinterlands. At present, it is only a nominally an S-Bahn
Apr 4th 2017

Landtag of South Tyrol
Landtag The Landtag of South Tyrol is the provincial council (German: Landtag; Italian: Consiglio provinciale) of the autonomous province of South Tyrol in northeast
Feb 18th 2017

Tyrol Basin
Tyrol Basin is a ski and snowboard area located in the Town of Vermont, Dane County, near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. It has both an equal mix of beginner
Apr 25th 2017

Tyrolese Grey cattle
Tyrol-Grey">The Tyrol Grey or Tyrolean-GreyTyrolean Grey (German: Tiroler Grauvieh, Italian: Grigio Alpina) is a typical alpine cattle breed from Tyrol in Austria and South Tyrol
Nov 7th 2014

Auer, South Tyrol
Auer (German pronunciation: [ˈaʊ̯ɐ]; Italian: Ora [ˈɔːra]) is a comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy, located about 15 kilometres (9 mi)
Apr 10th 2017

Hall in Tirol
Hall in Tirol is a town in the Innsbruck-Land district of Tyrol, Austria. Located at an altitude of 574 m, about 5 km (3 mi) east of the state's capital
Jan 25th 2017

Tirol, South Tyrol
Tirol (German pronunciation: [tiˈroˑl]; Italian: Tirolo [tiˈrɔːlo]) is a comune (municipality) in the province of South Tyrol in northern Italy, located
Mar 4th 2017

Cup of Tyrol
The-CupThe Cup of Tyrol is a figure skating competition held annually in March in Innsbruck, Austria. The inaugural edition was organized in 2016. Medals may
Mar 4th 2017

Rattenberg is a town on the Inn River in the Austrian state of Tyrol near Rattenberg mountain and Innsbruck. It is the smallest town in the country.
Apr 26th 2017

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