Besides white wine, the area also produces two unique red wine varieties that are worth mentioning. The region has always been a favourite destination for tourists, both in winter for skiing in the high mountains and in summer to visit the wide valleys and many lakes the largest being Lake Garda can be found. That status was further clarified and amended by statute in and in the Italian constitution of The regions north of Salorno were largely Germanized in the early Middle Agesand important German poets like Oswald von Wolkenstein were born and lived in the southern part of Tyrol. You can find Müller Thurgau also growing in Bassa Atesina, but in the highest elevation vineyards — up to feet. However, the implementation of the agreement was seen as satisfactory by neither the German-speaking population nor the Austrian government.
Learn how to read an Italian wine list Vineyards in Alto Adige creep up the sides of glacial valleys in horizontal rows. Verlage des landes-Industrie comptoirs. In the city of Bolzanocapital of the province, the average air temperature stands at The region was de facto annexed to the German Reich with the addition of the province of Belluno until the end of the war. View of Schloss Lebenberg. In great storms brought landslides and floods with loss of life, disruption of communications, and damage to property.
After the end of the Western Roman Empireit was divided between the invading German tribes in the Lombard Duchy of Tridentum today's Trentinothe Alamannic Vinschgau and the Bavarians taking the remaining part. All parties, including the separatists, rejected this measure as potentially causing a revival of ethnic tensions. The region was de facto annexed to the German Reich with the addition of the province of Belluno until the end of the war. This statute gave the region the right to initiate its own laws on a wide range of subjects and to carry out respective administrative functions. The name was dropped after the end of the Napoleonic period, but was used by the Italian irredentists in the mid s. The second statute turned the region de facto into a loose commonwealth with devolved powers to the two autonomous provinces, with very limited legislative or executive competencies left. View of Schloss Lebenberg.
It is extremely mountainous, covering a large part of the Dolomites and the southern Alps. The new rulers provoked a popular rebellion inled by Andreas Hofera landlord from St. The term "Alto Adige" was later used as the Italian name of the province of Bolzano by the fascist Ettore Tolomei in his Italianization campaign. Hitler and Mussolini agreed in that the German-speaking population would be transferred to German-ruled territory or dispersed around Italy, but the outbreak of the Second World War prevented them from fully carrying out the relocation. From the Lombardy Plain several roads converge on Trento. All are tributaries of the Adige Riverwhich flows south down the principal valley through Bolzano and Trento cities to Verona in the Lombardy Plain. Because of its position as a gateway to Italy, Alto Adige was the focal point of conquest from the ancient Romans to the Nazi regime. The department was known in German as "Ober-Etsch". Geography Edit Alpine landscape near the village of Stilfs The region is bordered by Tyrol Austria to the north, by Graubünden Switzerland to the north-west and by the Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto to the west and south, respectively. All parties, including the separatists, rejected this measure as potentially causing a recupero of ethnic tensions.
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