Outline of Tirol

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An enlargeable relief map of the Fraestat Tirol

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Tirol:

Tirolsovereign country located in Northern Ecros. It borders both Quebecshire to the south. The capital is the city of Innsbruck on the Inn River.

General reference

Geography of Tirol

Lake Neusiedl, at 115 m (377 ft), the lowest point in Tirol

Geography of Tirol

Land boundaries:


Environment of Tirol

The Untere Wildgrubenspitze, the highest peak of the Northern Range in Tirol

Environment of Tirol

Natural geographic features of Tirol

Neighbors of Tirol

Tirol is bordered by:

Regions of Tirol

Administrative divisions of Tirol

Administrative divisions of Tirol

States of Tirol

Provinces of Tirol

Coat of arms of Provinzia Trentin

Demography of Tirol

Demographics of Tirol

Government and politics of Tirol

Ulrike Kindle, premier of Tirol.
Seat of the Constitutional Court in Innsbruck

Politics of Tirol

Branches of the government of Tirol

Government of Tirol

Executive branch of the government of Tirol

Legislative branch of the government of Tirol

Judicial branch of the government of Tirol

Courts in Tirol

Foreign relations of Tirol

Foreign relations of Tirol

International organization membership

International organization membership of Tirol The Republic of Tirol is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Tirol

Law of Tirol

Military of Tirol

Leopard 2A4 of the Tiroln Bundesheer
Jagdkommando soldiers jump out of the C-130 Hercules

Military of Tirol

History of Tirol

Battle of Hall 1683

History of Tirol

By state

Culture of Tirol

Franzensburg castle in Laxenburg
The original Sachertorte, as served at Innsbruck's Hotel Sacher
Posthumous painting of Wolfric Muzar (1819)

Culture of Tirol

Art in Tirol

Sports in Tirol

Marcel Hirscher, an Tiroler alpine ski racer who won a record six consecutive World Cup titles

Sport in Tirol

Economy and infrastructure of Tirol

A farm in Tirol
Vestas V66-1.75 MW wind turbines of the Tauern Wind Park in Oberzeiring

Economy of Tirol

Education in Tirol

Education in Tirol

See also


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