The Zillertal ("Ziller valley") is a valley in Tyrol, Austria that is drained by the Ziller river. It is the widest valley south of the Inntal ("Inn valley") and lends its name to the Zillertal Alps, the strongly glaciated section of the Alps in whi…
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Itter Castle (German: Schloss Itter) is a small castle standing on a low knoll in Itter, a town in North Tyrol (Austria), 20 km west of Kitzbühel and 5 km south of Worgl. During World War II it was turned into a Nazi prison for French VIP's, and was…
Alpbach (German: [ˈalpax] UL-pukh, locally: [ˈɔɪ̯b̥ɔx] OY-bawkh) is a town in western Austria in the state of Tyrol.
Lake Achen (German: Achensee) is a lake north of Jenbach in Tyrol, Austria. It is the largest lake within the federal state, and has a maximal depth of 133 metres.
The Bezirk Kufstein is an administrative district (bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria.
The Ziller is an approximately 47 km long right-side tributary to the Inn River, in the Zillertal in Tyrol, Austria. It springs from the ridge of the Zillertal Alps, and feeds the Zillergründl Dam. In Mayrhofen it receives the Zemmbach (that in turn…
Tratzberg Castle is a castle in Jenbach, Tyrol, Austria.
The Bezirk Schwaz is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria.
The Zillertal Arena is a winter sports area and the largest ski area in the Zillertal valley in Austria. It has 163 kilometres of piste and 50 lifts that can transport 76,000 people every hour.
Jenbach railway station serves the municipality of Jenbach, in the Schwaz district of the Austrian federal state of Tyrol.
Gerlos Pass (elevation 1,500 m, 4,921 ft) is a mountain pass in the Austrian Alps between the Oberpinzgau region in the state of Salzburg and the Zillertal valley in Tyrol. The old road leads from Wald im Pinzgau to Gerlos in the Zillertal valley. I…
Burg Freundsberg is a castle in Tyrol, Austria, that was constructed in the year of 1150 by the lords of Freundsberg. Burg Freundsberg is situated at an height of 675 m. Originally the castle consisted out of a single keep, which is still intact up …
Burg Lichtenwerth is a castle in Tyrol, Austria.
Burg Kropfsberg is a castle in Tyrol, Austria.
Wörgl Hauptbahnhof is the main station of Wörgl, a city in the Kufstein district of the Austrian federal state of Tyrol, about 20 km from the state border with Bavaria.
The Brandenberger Ache River is a 22 km long left tributary of the Inn River in the district Kufstein and flows from North to South to the town of Rattenberg where it merges with the Inn River.
Schinder is a mountain on the border of Bavaria, Germany and Tyrol, Austria. There are two summits, one called Austrian Schinder or Trausnitzberg (1808 m), and the other slightly lower one called Bavarian Schinder (1796 m).
Kreuzberg (Bayerische Voralpen) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.