Val d'Adige (territory)

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Val d'Adige
Territory
Location of Val d'Adige within Trentino.
Location of Val d'Adige within Trentino.
Country  Italy
Autonomous region  Trentino-Alto Adige
Autonomous province Coat of arms of Trentino Trentino (TN)
Established 2006
Administrative seat none
Municipalities Trento
Aldeno
Cimone
Garniga Terme
Population (2007)
 • Total 110,061
Code number C15

Val d'Adige (German: Etschtal) is one of the sixteen districts of Trentino in the Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. Unlike the other fifteen, it is a territory without an administrative seat.[1] The major town part of its area is Trento.

Overview[edit]

The territory was named after the alpine valley of the Adige and succede the old and homonym district. As the other Valley Communities, it was created in 2006 with a provincial law, when the old ones were abolished.[2] The four municipalities composing it perform their community functions associated by a convention.

Subdivisions[edit]

Val d'Adige territory is composed by the following 4 municipalities:

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