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Trento Province (Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)

Provincia Autonoma di Trento

Last modified: 2017-09-04 by rob raeside
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image by Roberto Breschi from CISV



See also:

Municipalities:

  • Ala
  • Albiano
  • Aldeno
  • Amblar
  • Andalo
  • Arco
  • Avio
  • Baselga di Pinè
  • Bedollo
  • Bersone
  • Besenello
  • Bezzecca
  • Bieno
  • Bleggio Inferiore
  • Bleggio Superiore
  • Bocenago
  • Bolbeno
  • Bondo
  • Bondone
  • Borgo Valsugana
  • Bosentino
  • Breguzzo
  • Brentonico
  • Bresimo
  • Brez
  • Brione
  • Caderzone
  • Cagnò
  • Calavino
  • Calceranica al Lago
  • Caldes
  • Caldonazzo
  • Calliano
  • Campitello di Fassa
  • Campodenno
  • Canal San Bovo
  • Canazei
  • Capriana
  • Carano
  • Carisolo
  • Carzano
  • Castel Condino
  • Castelfondo
  • Castello Tesino
  • Castello-Molina di Fiemme
  • Castelnuovo
  • Cavalese
  • Cavareno
  • Cavedago
  • Cavedine
  • Cavizzana
  • Cembra
  • Centa San Nicolò
  • Cimego
  • Coredo
  • Croviana
  • Cunevo
  • Daiano
  • Dambel
  • Daone
  • Darè
  • Denno
  • Dimaro
  • Don
  • Dorsino
  • Drena
  • Dro
  • Faedo
  • Fai della Paganella
  • Faver
  • Fiavè
  • Fiera di Primiero
  • Fierozzo
  • Flavon
  • Folgaria
  • Fondo
  • Fornace
  • Frassilongo
  • Garniga Terme
  • Giovo
  • Giustino
  • Grauno
  • Grigno
  • Grumes
  • Imer
  • Isera
  • Ivano-Fracena
  • Lardaro
  • Lasino
  • Lavarone
  • Lavis
  • Levico Terme
  • Lisignago
  • Livo
  • Lomaso
  • Lona-Lases
  • Luserna
  • Malè
  • Malosco
  • Massimeno
  • Mazzin
  • Mezzana
  • Mezzano
  • Mezzocorona
  • Mezzolombardo
  • Moena
  • Molina di Ledro
  • Molveno
  • Monclassico
  • Montagne
  • Mori
  • Nago-Torbole
  • Nanno
  • Nave San Rocco
  • Nogaredo
  • Nomi
  • Novaledo
  • Ospedaletto
  • Ossana
  • Padergnone
  • Palù del Fersina
  • Panchià
  • Peio
  • Pellizzano
  • Pelugo
  • Pergine Valsugana
  • Pieve di Bono
  • Pieve di Ledro
  • Pieve Tesino
  • Pinzolo
  • Pomarolo
  • Pozza di Fassa
  • Praso
  • Predazzo
  • Preore
  • Prezzo
  • Rabbi
  • Ragoli
  • Revò
  • Riva del Garda
  • Romallo
  • Romeno
  • Roncegno
  • Ronchi Valsugana
  • Roncone
  • Ronzo-Chienis
  • Ronzone
  • Roverè della Luna
  • Rovereto
  • Ruffrè
  • Rumo
  • Sagron Mis
  • Samone
  • San Lorenzo in Banale
  • San Michele all'Adige
  • Sant'Orsola Terme
  • Sanzeno
  • Sarnonico
  • Scurelle
  • Segonzano
  • Sfruz
  • Siror
  • Smarano
  • Soraga
  • Sover
  • Spera
  • Spiazzo
  • Spormaggiore
  • Sporminore
  • Stenico
  • Storo
  • Strembo
  • Strigno
  • Taio
  • Tassullo
  • Telve
  • Telve di Sopra
  • Tenna
  • Tenno
  • Terlago
  • Terragnolo
  • Terres
  • Terzolas
  • Tesero
  • Tiarno di Sopra
  • Tiarno di Sotto
  • Tione di Trento
  • Ton
  • Tonadico
  • Torcegno
  • Trambileno
  • Transacqua
  • Trento
  • Tres
  • Tuenno
  • Valda
  • Valfloriana
  • Vallarsa
  • Varena
  • Vattaro
  • Vermiglio
  • Vervò
  • Vezzano
  • Vignola-Falesina
  • Vigo di Fassa
  • Vigo Rendena
  • Vigolo Vattaro
  • Villa Agnedo
  • Villa Lagarina
  • Villa Rendena
  • Volano
  • Zambana
  • Ziano di Fiemme
  • Zuclo

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Overview

The flag of Province of Trento is not Red-White-Red as reported, but Violet (or wine-red or purple)-White-Violet as appears on CISV site. It derives from the banner of the National Guard of the ancient independent bisphoric (1801).
Here is a photo from the website of the province which allow to compare the color of Trento flag with the red of Italian tricolor.
Roberto Breschi, 30 December 2004


Flags in Use

Vertical Flag


image by Karl Palfrader, 11 August 2001

I send you a picture which shows three flags hanging from the wall of Castel Beseno (Trento Province). The left is South Tyrol [Bolzano Province - ed.], in the middle Trentino [Trento Province - ed.] and the right one the Austrian Tyrol.
Karl Palfrader, 11 August 2001

3:1 and 5:1 Flags

I visited the beautiful town of Riva del Garda, situated at the top northern point of the lake and belongs to Trento Province (Trentino-Alto Adige). No local or regional flags but the provincial flag in 3:1 ratio above the fort and 5:1 ratio in the main square together with Italy and EU flags at the same proportions. Photos taken by Eli Gutterman & Dov Gutterman.
Dov Gutterman, 17 October 2004


Coat of Arms


image by André Serranho