Nation

South Tyrol

Südtirol

State
Italy
Area
7.400 km2
Population
520.500 inhabitants (2015)
Languages
German, Ladin, Italian
Official languages
German and Italian (throughout the territory), Ladin (in Ladin valleys)

Native language speakers
64% (German), 4% (Ladian)
Main cities
Bozen, Meran, Bruneck
Per capita income
37.561 E (2017)
Native political institutions
Autonomous Government of South Tyrol
Main religious culture
Catholic Christian
Main nationalist parties
SÜDTIROLER VOLKSPARTEI (SVP), DIE FREIHEITLICHEN, SÜD-TIROLER FREIHEIT
Nationalist share in the native parliament
55% (2018)

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