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TIROLO
SHOP TO BUY - ID 3855

€ 129.000

DETAILS
Overall area: 43,6 m²
Living area: 33,8 m²
Rooms: 1
Bathroom: 1 senza finestra
Basement: No
Construction year: 1900
Energy Class: G
Lift: No
Garage: Included
Parking space: No
Heating: Gas
Heating Type: Zentral
DESCRIPTION
Tirolo, Shop
Tyrol: the office or shop premises in great location in the village center in a heritage listed house. Consisting of a local (34 sqm) with toilet, magazine (26 sqm) and garage.
ABOUT TIROLO

Tyrol (historically the Tyrole, German: Tirol, Italian: Tirolo) is a historical region in the Alps; in northern Italy and western Austria.

Etymology

According to Egon Kühebacher, the name Tyrol derives from a root word meaning terrain (i.e. area, ground or soil; compare Latin: terra and Old Irish: tir); first from the village of Tirol, and its castle; from which the County of Tyrol grew. According to Karl Finsterwalder, the name Tyrol derives from Teriolis, a late-Roman fort and travellers' hostel in Zirl, Tyrol. There seems to be no scholarly consensus.

History Prehistory

The earliest archaeological records of human settlement in Tyrol have been found in the Tischofer Cave. They date from the Palaeolithic, about 28,000-27,000 BP. The same cave has also yielded evidence of human occupation during the Bronze Age (very roughly, 4000-3000 BP (2000-1000 BC)).

In 1991, the mummified remains of a man who had died around 3300-3100 BC were discovered in a glacier in the Ötztal Alps, in Tyrol. Researchers have called him Ötzi (and also other names, including "The Iceman"). He lived during the Chalcolithic or Copper Age, after man had learned how to... Read more...

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