Federico Wanga

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Federico Vanga (or Wanga) (German: Friedrich von Wangen) (died 1218) was Prince-Bishop of Trento from August 9, 1207 until his death.

As Bishop he founded several hospitals and had a defensive tower (Torre Vanga) built on the Adige in Trento. He also began the works for the city's cathedral. He also issued a code of laws (Codex Wangianus).

He died while taking part in the Fifth Crusade.

Preceded by
Conrad II di Biseno
Until 1205
Bishop of Trento
Succeeded by
Albert IV von Ravenstein