Guida ai rifugi del Trentino PDF

Trentino, officially the Autonomous Province of Trento, is an autonomous province of Italy, in the country’s far north. The province is generally known as Trentino. The corresponding Italian terms were Tirolo Meridionale, that was historically used to describe the wider southern part of the County of Tyrol, specifically Trentino and sometimes also today’s South Guida ai rifugi del Trentino PDF, or Tirolo Italiano. The history of Trentino begins in the mid-Stone Age.

Författare: Benedetti Decarli.

Guida ai 152 rifugi escursionistici ed alpinistici del Trentino, con la segnalazione e breve descrizione delle altre strutture e di alcuni bivacchi. Di ciascun rifugio è riportata la foto, una scheda con i dati essenziali: gruppo montuoso, località, quota, gestore, proprietà, telefono, sito internet, apertura, posti letto (eventuale locale invernale); poi una descrizione con la storia del rifugio, gli accessi consigliati, le cose notevoli da vedere, le escursioni e le ascensioni che si possono intraprendere dal rifugio. I rifugi sono organizzati per gruppi montuosi. All’inizio della guida, un’introduzione con indirizzi utili, consigli “Prima di partire”, un “galateo” su come comportarsi sul sentiero e nei rifugi, e note sulle difficoltà escursionistiche.

The valleys of what is now Trentino were already inhabited by man, the main settlements being in the valley of the Adige River, thanks to its milder climate. In the early Middle Ages, this area was included within the Kingdom of Italy and the March of Verona. The Council of Trent, held in three major sessions from 1545 to 1563, with the first at Trento, was one of the important councils in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. After the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century, the bishopric was secularized and absorbed into the Austrian County of Tyrol. It was governed by the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. After World War II, the Italian and Austrian Foreign Ministers signed the Gruber-De Gasperi Agreement, creating the autonomous region of Trentino-South Tyrol, consisting of the autonomous provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol. In 1996, the Euroregion Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino was formed between the Austrian state of Tyrol and the Italian provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino.

The boundaries of the association correspond to the old County of Tyrol. The aim is to promote regional peace, understanding and cooperation in many areas. The Adige river flows through the central Trentino in a valley named after the river. The principal towns of Trentino lie in the Adige Valley, which has been a historical passage connecting Italy with Northern Europe. The glacier on the Marmolada is also a landmark. Südtirol devolved most legislative and executive competences from the regional level to the provincial level, creating de facto two separate regions. Administratively, the province enjoys a large degree of autonomy in the following sectors: health, education, welfare and transport infrastructure.

Since 2013 the governor is Ugo Rossi of the centrist Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party. The Ladin community has one reserved seat in the provincial assembly and is thereby guaranteed political representation. The municipalities forming a district elect the council for that district. As of 2009, the only municipalities with a population over 20,000 were Trento, Rovereto, and Pergine Valsugana. A view of Lake Garda from Riva del Garda in the south. Tourism is one of the primary revenue areas of the Trentine economy.

Despite the overwhelmingly mountainous nature of the territory, agriculture remains important. Farms often join together to form larger cooperatives. In January 2008, the Edmund Mach Foundation was established to promote research, training and services in the agricultural, agri-food and environmental fields. The primary industries, often small and medium-sized, are concentrated in Valsugana, Vallagarina and the Adige Valleys. Sectors include textiles, mechanics, wood and paper productions. Also important is the production of hydro-electric energy.