The Cavalese cable car disaster of 1998, also called the Strage del Cermis ("Massacre at Cermis") occurred on February 3, 1998, near the Italian town of Cavalese, a ski resort in the Dolomites some 40 km (25 mi) northeast of Trento. Twenty people di…
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The Cavalese cable car disaster of 1976 is the deadliest cable car crash in history.
The Val di Stava Dam collapse occurred on 19 July 1985, when two tailings dams above the village of Stava, near Tesero, Northern Italy, failed.
Bolzano Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Bolzano — Dolomiti, German: Flughafen Bozen — Dolomiten) (IATA: BZO, ICAO: LIPB) is a small regional airport near Bolzano in the province of South Tyrol in northern Italy.
The Brenner Railway (German: Brennerbahn; Italian: Ferrovia del Brennero) is a major line connecting the Austrian and Italian railways from Innsbruck to Verona, climbing up the Wipptal (German for “Wipp Valley”), passing over the Brenner Pass, desce…
The Bolzano transit camp (German: Polizei- und Durchgangslager Bozen) was a Nazi concentration camp active in Bolzano between 1944 and the end of the Second World War.
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology (German: Südtiroler Archäologiemuseum; Italian: Museo archeologico dell'Alto Adige) is a specialist archaeological museum in the city of Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol, northern Italy.
Runkelstein Castle (German: Schloss Runkelstein; Italian: Castel Roncolo) is a medieval fortification on a rocky spur in the territory of Ritten, near the city of Bolzano in South Tyrol, Italy.
PalaOnda or Eiswelle is an indoor sports arena in Bolzano, Italy.
The Eisack (German: Eisack; Italian: Isarco; Latin: Isarus or Isarcus) is a river in Northern Italy, the second largest river in South Tyrol. Its source is near the Brenner Pass, at an altitude of about 1990 m above sea level. The river draws water …
The Victory Monument is a monument in Bolzano, northern Italy, erected on the personal orders of Mussolini after the annexation of the South Tyrol after World War I.
Sigmundskron Castle (German: Schloss Sigmundskron, Italian: Castel Firmiano) is an extensive castle and set of fortifications near Bolzano in South Tyrol. Today its ruins house the fourth mountain museum established by the South Tyrolean mountaineer…
The Schlern (Italian: Sciliar, Ladin: Sciliër) (2,563 m) is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. The peak at the north west end of the mountain (left, in the image at right) was first ascended in July 1880 by Johann Santner.
The Ritten Railway (German: Rittnerbahn or Rittner Bahn, Italian: Ferrovia del Renon) is an electric light railway which originally connected Bolzano with the Ritten plateau and today continues to operate on the plateau, connecting the villages loca…
The Karersee (Italian: Lago di Carezza; German: Karersee) is a lake in the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy.
Seis am Schlern (Italian: Siusi allo Sciliar) is an Alpine village in South Tyrol, in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region of northern Italy.
Überetsch-Unterland (German: Überetsch-Unterland; Italian: Oltradige-Bassa Atesina) is a district (German: Bezirksgemeinschaft; Italian: comprensorio) in the southern part of the Italian province of South Tyrol.
Prösels Castle (German: Schloss Prösels; Italian: Castello di Presule) is a castle in the Gothic style which stands on the high plain below the Schlern mountain, in South Tyrol.