Tyrolean Alps

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Noun1.Tyrolean Alps - a popular tourist area in the Tyrol
Italia, Italian Republic, Italy - a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
Austria, Oesterreich, Republic of Austria - a mountainous republic in central Europe; under the Habsburgs (1278-1918) Austria maintained control of the Holy Roman Empire and was a leader in European politics until the 19th century
Alps, the Alps - a large mountain system in south-central Europe; scenic beauty and winter sports make them a popular tourist attraction
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Savour the delights of a holiday in the wonderful surroundings of the Tyrolean Alps, enjoying the pristine air, green pastures and snow-capped peaks of a very special corner of the world.
The itinerary includes Bratislava in Slovakia, Prague and Brno in Czech Republic and Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck region (Tyrolean Alps) in Austria.
The Lago di Braies lake in Italy's South Tyrolean Alps is breath-taking; an oasis amid the region's regal peaks.
Ski Trip A party of 39 S4 and S5 pupils along with teachers Mrs Shaw, Mr Ratcliffe and Mrs Short travelled to Hochfugen in Austria to conquer the Tyrolean Alps. The snow conditions were absolutely excellent with a summit depth of 4.62 meteres of snow.
A 5,300-year-old hunter nicknamed Otzi the Iceman whose mummified body was found in the Tyrolean Alps wore a fur hat made from brown bear pelt and an arrow quiver fashioned from roe deer leather, scientists have found.
Vienna, Jumada I 26, 1437, March 06, 2016, SPA -- A Spanish woman died Sunday in the Tyrolean Alps when an avalanche swept her and a group of skiers and snowboarders down a steep off-piste slope near Innsbruck, local police reported, according to dpa.
Clay Mathematics Institute Summer School 2012: The Resolution of Singular Algebraic Varieties Obergurgl (2012: Tyrolean Alps, Austria) Edited by David Ellwood, Herwig Hauser, Shigefumi Mori, and Josef Schicho
As has tourism in the Tyrolean Alps, the company had also been growing steadily, until in the 1970s it really gained momentum under the management of Klaus Darbo.
Using a new bioinformatic tool called SourceTracker, which compares the community of microorganisms in a sample to that of a known source, the researchers showed that the gut microbiomes found in the Rio Zape samples also matched well with that of Otzi the Iceman, a mummy preserved in the permafrost of the Tyrolean Alps for roughly 5,200 years.
Scientists don't have DNA samples from many people in the Tyrolean Alps with which to compare Otzi's DNA, leaving open the possibility that researchers may yet discover other modern-day relatives.
Over the last 20 years, scientists have painstakingly collected data from the stomach, bowels and teeth of the 45-year old man, who was found sticking out of a glacier by German climbers in 1991 in the Tyrolean Alps on the Austro-Italian border.