Burggrafenamt

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Map of South Tyrol with the Burggrafenamt district highlighted in green. The yellow-black stripes mark the geographical area of the valley.
Municipalities of the Burggrafenamt district

The Burggrafenamt (Italian: Burgraviato, German: Burggrafenamt) is a district (German: Bezirksgemeinschaft, Italian: comprensorio) in the western part of the Italian province of South Tyrol. It comprises the part of the Adige river valley between Naturns and Bolzano, and its side valleys Passeier Valley and Ulten Valley.

Overview[edit]

According to the 2001 census, 78.66% of the population of the valley speak German, 21.06% Italian and 0.28% Ladin as mother language.[1]

The following municipalities are part of the Burggrafenamt district:

  1. Algund
  2. Burgstall
  3. Gargazon
  4. Hafling
  5. Kuens
  6. Lana
  7. Laurein
  8. Marling
  9. Meran (district capital)
  10. Moos in Passeier
  11. Nals
  12. Naturns
  13. Partschins
  14. Plaus
  15. Proveis
  16. Riffian
  17. St. Leonhard in Passeier
  18. St. Martin in Passeier
  19. St. Pankraz
  20. Schenna
  21. Tirol
  22. Tisens
  23. Tscherms
  24. Ulten
  25. Unsere Liebe Frau im Walde-St. Felix
  26. Vöran

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Coordinates: 46°41′N 11°09′E / 46.68°N 11.15°E / 46.68; 11.15