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  1. Trentino Volley - Wikipedia

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    Trentino Volley is a Joint stock company, and its president is Diego Mosna. The company has a budget of 4,500,000 euros and about 225 employees. [2] The actions of the company was awarded at continental level with the acknowledgment Testimonial of the Year at the Sport Business Ambitions Awards 2010 and the awarding of the 2010–11 Champions ...

  2. Trentino - Wikipedia

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    Trentino, officially the Autonomous Province of Trento, is an autonomous province of Italy, in the country's far north. The Trentino and South Tyrol constitute the region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, an autonomous region under the constitution. The province is composed of 177 comuni (municipalities). Its capital is the city of Trento.

    • 6,212 km² (2,398 sq mi)
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  3. Trentino Rosa - Wikipedia

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    Due to sponsorship, the club have competed under the following names: Delta Informatica Trentino (2012–present); History. The club was established in 2008, when its founder Roberto Postal decided to take the first team of Mattarello's club Polisportiva Torrefranca to a more focused path and bring together the best players in the region.

  4. Trento - Wikipedia

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    Trento is an educational, scientific, financial and political centre in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, in Tyrol and Northern Italy in general. The University of Trento ranks 2nd among 'medium-sized' Universities in the Census ranking [6] and 5th in the Il Sole 24 Ore ranking of Italian universities. [7]

    • 194 m (636 ft)
    • Trentino (TN)
  5. Risultati finali della seconda edizione di Wiki Loves Trentino, contest locale di Wiki Loves Monuments Italia 2017. La selezione è avvenuta tramite il tool Montage. Pagine con il riepilogo delle fotografie che hanno superato i vari round di selezione: Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 in Italy/Trentino/Round 1

  6. Geography. The Adige river has a length of 410 km (254.8 mi) and a drainage basin with an area of 12,200 km 2 (4,710 sq mi).. Its average yearly discharge (volume of water which passes through a section of the river per unit of time) is 205 m 3 /s (7,200 cu ft/s) at Boara Pisani, a comune in the Padua province near the mouth of the river.

  7. Trentino-Alto Adige - Wikipedia

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    Al 1º gennaio 2018 risiedono in Trentino 46.929 stranieri, 473 unità in più rispetto al 1º gennaio 2017 (con un incremento relativo dell’1,0%). Gli stranieri costituiscono l’8,7% della popolazione residente totale, un livello analogo alla media nazionale.

  8. South Tyrol - Wikipedia

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    South Tyrol is an autonomous province in northern Italy, one of the two that make up the autonomous region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. Its official trilingual denomination is Autonome Provinz Bozen – Südtirol in German, Provincia autonoma di Bolzano – Alto Adige in Italian and Provinzia autonoma de Bulsan – Südtirol in Ladin, reflecting the three main language groups to which its ...

  9. Veneto is the 8th largest region in Italy, with a total area of 18,407.42 km 2 (7,107.1 sq mi). The main river in the region is the Po.The highest mountain in the region is Marmolada), in the Belluno province, with an altitude of 3,342 m (10,965

  10. Trentino-Etelä-Tiroli – Wikipedia

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    Trentino-Etelä-Tiroli on Italian vaurainta aluetta. Sen bruttokansantuote asukasta kohden vuodessa on 38 800 €, 140 prosenttia maan keskiarvosta (2016). Trentino-Etelä-Tirolin laaksoissa tuotetaan viiniä, hedelmiä, maitotuotteita ja sahatavaraa. Alue on vesivoiman viejä.