Val d'Adige (territory)

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.

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 provinceCoat of arms of Trentino Trentino (TN)
Established2006
Administrative seatnone
MunicipalitiesTrento
Aldeno
Cimone
Garniga Terme
Population
 (2007)
 • Total110,061
Code number
C15

OverviewEdit

The territory was named after the alpine valley of the Adige and succeeds 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.

SubdivisionsEdit

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

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