Valleys of the Alps: Aosta Valley, Oberhasli, Val Camonica, Val Lumnezia, Val M Stair, Engadin, Valtellina, Occitan Valleys, Zillertal Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157419334

Published: August 16th 2011

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Valleys of the Alps: Aosta Valley, Oberhasli, Val Camonica, Val Lumnezia, Val M Stair, Engadin, Valtellina, Occitan Valleys, Zillertal  by  Source Wikipedia

Valleys of the Alps: Aosta Valley, Oberhasli, Val Camonica, Val Lumnezia, Val M Stair, Engadin, Valtellina, Occitan Valleys, Zillertal by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 48. Chapters: Aosta Valley, Oberhasli, Val Camonica, Val Lumnezia, Val M stair, Engadin, Valtellina, OccitanMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 48. Chapters: Aosta Valley, Oberhasli, Val Camonica, Val Lumnezia, Val M stair, Engadin, Valtellina, Occitan Valleys, Zillertal, Maurienne, Valle Verzasca, L tschental, Puster Valley, Valsugana, Tarentaise Valley, List of valleys of the Alps, Val Bregaglia, Lower Engadine, Val Ferret, Mattertal, Emmental, tztal, Sernftal, Valle Gesso, Val dAnniviers, Val di Non, Kleinwalsertal, Urserental, Val Poschiavo, Val di Sole, Val Taleggio, Valle Maggia, Reichenbachtal, Val Chisone, Val dH rens, Susa Valley, Saastal, Simmental, Stubaital, Wipptal, Val Brembana, Sch chental, Ulten Valley, Val Mesolcina, Passeier Valley, Paznaun, Mocheni Valley, Valle Grana, Valsassina, Safien valley, Pr ttigau, Etschtal, Val dIlliez, H llental, Val Fex, Valle Po, H hlensteintal, Mittagstal, Valle Spluga, Hochpustertal, Pfelderer Tal, Gadertal, Pfitschtal, Ridnauntal, Valtorta, Suldental, Tauferer Ahrntal, Sextental, Durnholzer Tal, Maltatal, Matschertal, Schnalstal, Valser Tal, Brandental, Tiersertal, Eggental, Zerzertal.

Excerpt: The Aosta Valley (Italian: , French: , Arpitan: ) is a mountainous semi-autonomous region in north-western Italy. It is bordered by France to the west, Switzerland to the north and the region of Piedmont to the south and east. With an area of 3,263 km (1,260 sq mi) and a population of about 130,000, it is the smallest, least populous, and least densely populated region of Italy.

It is the only Italian region which has no provinces (the province of Aosta was dissolved in 1945). Provincial administrative functions are provided by the regional government. The region is divided into 74 comuni (communes). The native population speak Vald tain, a form of Franco-Proven al (Arpitan), as their first language, while in the Lys Valley there is a Walser German speaking minority. The regional capital is Aosta. The Aosta Valley is an Alpine...



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