Alta Valsugana e Bersntol

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Alta Valsugana e Bersntol
Territory
View of Caldonazzo and Levico lakes from Cima Vezzena
View of Caldonazzo and Levico lakes from Cima Vezzena
Location of Alta Valsugana e Bersntol within Trentino.
Location of Alta Valsugana e Bersntol within Trentino.
Country  Italy
Autonomous region  Trentino-Alto Adige
Autonomous province Coat of arms of Trentino Trentino (TN)
Established 2006
Administrative seat Pergine Valsugana
Municipalities 17
Government
 • President Mauro Dallapiccola [1] (Democratic Party)
Area
 • Total 360.04 km2 (139.01 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 52,162
 • Density 140/km2 (380/sq mi)
Code number C4
Website http://www.comprensorioaltavalsugana.it/

Alta Valsugana e Bersntol (German: Hoch Suganertal und Fersental; Mocheno: Hoa Valzegu' ont Bersntol) is one of the sixteen districts of Trentino in the Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. Its administrative seat and major town is Pergine Valsugana.


Overview[edit]

The territory consist more or less of the high part of Valsugana, from border of Trento municipality (west) to Novaledo (east), and all the Mocheni valley.

Alta Valsugana e Bersntol district borders west with Val d'Adige (15), south with Vallagarina (10) and with Altipiani Cimbri (12), east with Valsugana e Tesino (3) and north with Val di Fiemme and Valle di Cembra (5).

Subdivisions[edit]

Comune Population Area (km²) Height (m)
Baselga di Piné 4,899 40.84 964
Bedollo 1,478 27.46 1,059
Bosentino 814 4.66 688
Calceranica al Lago 1,278 3.37 465
Caldonazzo 3,344 21.46 480
Centa San Nicolò 626 11.27 830
Civezzano 3,909 15.52 469
Fierozzo 477 17.94 1,127
Fornace 1,323 7.24 740
Frassilongo 331 16,71 852
Levico Terme 7,474 62.88 506
Palù del Fersina 177 16.72 1,360
Pergine Valsugana 20,474 54.40 482
Sant'Orsola Terme 1,076 15.42 925
Tenna 983 3.15 569
Vattaro 1,144 8.30 689
Vignola-Falesina 154 12 984
Vigolo Vattaro 2,201 20.70 725

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ G., R. (27 October 2010). "Mauro Dallapiccola wins with 76.2%" (in Italian). Il Trentino - Corriere delle Alpi. Retrieved 3 January 2013. 


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Coordinates: 46°04′N 11°13′E / 46.067°N 11.217°E / 46.067; 11.217