Autonomous Province of Thirty
The autonomous province of Thirty or Trentin is a province of the North-East of the Italy, having for chief town the town of Thirty, which gave him its name. It is located at the edge of the Adige, in the Dolomites, between Vérone and the Brenner.
HistoryA long time possession of the Habsbourg S of Austria, Trentin, between 1871 and 1918, belonged to the grounds irrédentes, claimed by the Italian nationalists, in order to close the process of unification. Trentin becomes Italian in 1919 (Traité Saint-Germain-in-Bush hammer (1919) signed between the Allies of the Entente and Austria)
Trentin profits from mountainous landscapes preserved thanks to the installation of provincial natural parks.
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