Wipptal (district)

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Map of South Tyrol with the Wipptal district highlighted in green
Municipalities of the Wipptal district

The Wipp Valley (Italian: Alta Vall'Isarco [ˈalta ˌvalliˈzarko]; German: Wipptal) is a district (Italian: comprensorio, German: Bezirksgemeinschaft) in the northern part of the Italian province of South Tyrol. It comprises the upper part of the valley of the Eisack river, from the Brenner Pass in the north to Franzensfeste in the south, and is part of the larger geographically defined Wipptal.


According to the 2001 census, 85.31% of the population of the valley speak German, 14.32% Italian and 0.37% Ladin as mother language.[1]

The following municipalities are part of the district of the Wipp Valley:


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