Republik Tirol
Flag of Tyrol


CoA Tyrol
Coat of Arms
Tyrol 2021
Location of Tyrol (green) - EAA (light green) on the European continent (grey)
Basic Information
Motto none
Anthem Andreas Hofer Lied
Capital Innsbruck
Largest city Innsbruck
Other cities full list
Demonym Tyrolian
Government Parliamentary democracy
President Fritz Dinkhauser
Area 24,823 km²
Population 3,852,028
Established 1140 (as a state of the Holy Roman Empire)
Independence 2011 (from Austria)
Predecessor Austria
Currency Schilling
Time zone CET, CEST (UTC+1, UTC+2)
Internet TLD .ty
Calling code 43
Official language German
National language German
Regional languages Italian, Slovene
Other languages Romani
Ethnic groups
Main ethnic groups Austrians
Other ethnic groups Italians, Slovenes, Romani
State religion none
Main religion(s) Roman Catholicism (78%)
Other religions Evangelicalism (9%), Baptism (3%), Atheism (8%), 2% other

Tyrol (German: Tirol), officially the Republic of Tyrol (German: Republik Tirol), is a landlocked country of roughly 3,8 million people in Central Europe. It is bordered by Germany to the north, Moravia to the northeast, Slovenia to the southeast, Venice and Lombardy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. The territory of Tyrol covers 24,823 square kilometers and has a temperate and alpine climate. The majority of the population speaks German, which is also the country's official language. Other local official languages are Slovene and Italian. The capital is Innsbruck. The city is known for its university, especially in medicine. Tyrol is popular for its famous ski resorts, which include Kitzbühel, Ischgl and St. Anton. Tyrol is a member of the Euroatlantic Alliance and the Union for World Peace since 2022.

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