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Tyrol, Austria (47.22319 11.52610)
Agriculture and forestry occupy a special position in Tyrol. The many small and medium-sized farms have shaped the landscape and culture in Tyrol for many centuries. In order to be competitive with larger farms outside Tyrol, there is a strong cooperative system in Tyrol. South of Tyrol, in the Region of Trentino-South Tyrol, the cultivation of apples and wine plays an important role. So every tenth apple in Europe comes from South Tyrol. Known wines in Trentino-South Tyrol are the Vernatsch, the Lagrein, the Gewürztraminer and the Weißburgunder. Livestock, grazing and forestry are important at higher elevations and in more northerly areas. Mainly cattle, sheep, goats and pigs are kept. Accordingly, the production of milk and Tyrolean Speck in the farms is very important. Horses also play an increasingly important role in livestock, for equestrian sports and farm holidays. The Haflinger horses are known in the Tyrolean region and originate from Hafling, near Merano.
Gemeinde Kirchberg in Tirol, Bezirk Kitzbühel, Tyrol, 6365, Austria (47.44759 12.31445)
Coordinates: 47.30221 12.25054 47.47525 12.36196 - Minimum elevation: 596 m - Maximum elevation: 2,424 m - Average elevation: 1,320 m
Gemeinde Neustift im Stubaital, Bezirk Innsbruck-Land, Tyrol, 6167, Austria (47.05382 11.21793)
Coordinates: 46.96249 11.09011 47.14528 11.37404 - Minimum elevation: 925 m - Maximum elevation: 3,472 m - Average elevation: 2,220 m