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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
  
*[[Bozen]] — (''Bolzano'' in Italian), the capital and the largest city of South Tyrol - culture, business, shopping and nature. Has several interesting churches
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*[[Bozen]] — the capital and the largest city of South Tyrol - culture, business, shopping and nature. Has several interesting churches
*[[Bruneck]] — (''Brunico'' in Italian), the easternmost town in South Tyrol with an important medieval castle and lovely city centre
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*[[Bruneck]] — the easternmost town in South Tyrol with an important medieval castle and lovely city centre
 
*[[Brixen]] — (''Bressanone'' in Italian) until 1803 capital of the Bishopric of Brixen; one of the most culturally interesting towns in former Tyrol  
 
*[[Brixen]] — (''Bressanone'' in Italian) until 1803 capital of the Bishopric of Brixen; one of the most culturally interesting towns in former Tyrol  
*[[Glurns]] — (''Glorenza'' in Italian), considered as the smallest town (place with ''Stadtrecht'', right of city) in Italy and one of the smallest in Europe with its 800 inhabitants, pretty medieval town surrounded by walls also part of the club ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
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*[[Glurns]] — considered as the smallest town (place with ''Stadtrecht'', right of city) in Italy and one of the smallest in Europe with its 800 inhabitants, pretty medieval town surrounded by walls also part of the club ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
*[[Klausen]] — (''Chiusa'' in Italian), picturesque town with castle and walls located between Bozen and Brixen; also included in the list ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
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*[[Klausen]] — picturesque town with castle and walls located between Bozen and Brixen; also included in the list ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
*[[Meran]] — (''Merano'' in Italian), the former capital of the County of Tyrol (1418-1848) and health resort since centuries with a nice city centre and castle
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*[[Meran]] — the former capital of the County of Tyrol (1418-1848) and health resort since centuries with a nice city centre and castle
*[[Neumarkt]] — (''Egna'' in Italian), the most important cultural centre in Unterland, small medieval town, included in the list of ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
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*[[Neumarkt]] — the most important cultural centre in Unterland, small medieval town
*[[Sterzing]] — (''Vipiteno'' in Italian), very important town near to the Brenner Pass; its historical centre is included in the list of ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
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*[[Sterzing]] — very important town near to the Brenner Pass; its historical centre is included in the list of ''The most beautiful villages in Italy''
* [[Innichen]] — (''San Candido'' in Italian), important ski resort in the Upper Puster Valley
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* [[Innichen]] — important ski resort in the Upper Puster Valley
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==

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