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Your sources are wrong. Since the legge costituzionale nr. 3 ammended the constitution on October 18th, 2001 Bolzano and Trento are now alternating as capitals of the Region, which is now made up by the two provinces. Also the president of the region is for the first half of a legislature the president of the province of Trento and for the second half the president of the province of Bolzano. Therefore: in this case the Italian constitution is the sources that trumps all other sources. --noclador (talk) 11:09, 1 February 2009 (UTC)
Oops my bad: I checked now the statue of the province of Bozen and Trento: Trento is the capital, but both Bozen and Trento share in equal parts the sessions and duties of the capital... therefore: although Bozen and Trento alternate in the duties of the regional capital, officially the single capital of the region is Trento. therefore I reverted myself. --noclador (talk) 21:47, 1 February 2009 (UTC)
No problem.--Supparluca 08:29, 2 February 2009 (UTC)