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Trentino

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Trentino Province is in Italy.

Cities[edit]

Other destinations[edit]

Antermoia refuge (Il rifugio Antermoia/Die Antermoia-Schutzhütte) viewed from the West
  • 1 Fassa Valley (Val di Fassa) – known for its winter sports, and superb hiking

Understand[edit]

Talk[edit]

Naturally, Italian is widely spoken. However, the alternate name for this region, Südtirol, might tip you off to an interesting truth: The other predominant local language is German. Many towns in the region are known by two different names.

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Castles[edit]

Outside the bigger cities and towns, there are some interesting castles to be seen.

  • Castello di Stenico. A solid 13th-century castle.
  • Castel Beseno. Built in 12th century but significantly altered and enhanced later.

Do[edit]

  • Trekking in the Dolomites.

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