Tyrol

Tyrol, a crownland of Austria; lies between Bavaria (N.) and Italy (S. and W.); traversed by three ranges of the Alps and by the rivers Inn and Adige; it is famed for the beauty of its scenery; inhabited by Catholic Germans and Italians; sheep-farming, mining, and forest, fruit, and wine cultivation are the chief industries; capital Innsbruck (q.v.).

Population (circa 1900) given as 929,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Tyre * Tyrone
Tyler, Edward Burnet
Tyler, John
Tyler, Wat
Tyndal, John
Tyne
Tynemouth
Typhon
Tyrants
Tyrconnel, Richard Talbot, Earl of
Tyre
Tyrol
Tyrone
Tyrone, Hugh O'Neil, Earl of
Tyrrhenian Sea
Tyrtæus
Tyrwhitt, Thomas
Tytler, Patrick Fraser
Ucayali
Udall, Nicholas
Ueberweg, Friedrich
Uganda

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Antique pictures of Tyrol

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Arco, Nicholas, Count Of
Brueghel, Peter
Carlyle, Rev. Joseph Dacre
Connor, Dr. Bernard
Hall, Edward
Lobel
Raderus, Matthew
Rheticus, George Joachim
Thompson, Benjamin