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[inz-broo k; German ins-broo k] /ˈɪnz brʊk; German ˈɪns brʊk/

a city in W Austria, on the Inn river.
[ti-rohl, tahy-, tahy-rohl; German tee-rohl] /tɪˈroʊl, taɪ-, ˈtaɪ roʊl; German tiˈroʊl/
an alpine region in W Austria and N Italy: a former Austrian crown land.
a province in W Austria. 4883 sq. mi. (12,645 sq. km).
Capital: Innsbruck.
a city in W Austria, on the River Inn at the foot of the Brenner Pass: tourist centre. Pop: 113 392 (2001)
/tɪˈrəʊl; ˈtɪrəʊl; German tiˈroːl/
a mountainous state of W Austria: passed to the Hapsburgs in 1363; S part transferred to Italy in 1919. Capital: Innsbruck. Pop: 683 317 (2003 est). Area: 12 648 sq km (4883 sq miles)


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