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Sankt Anton am Arlberg

Sankt Anton am Arlberg
Sankt Anton am Arlberg is a village and ski resort in Tyrol, western Austria, with a permanent population of approximately 2,800. It is situated at 1,304 m above sea level in the Tyrolean Alps with Aerial tramways and chairlifts up to 2,811 m. It is also a popular summer resort among trekkers and mountaineers. Skiing has a long history in St. Anton: ski instructors from the area emigrated to America in the 1930s, helping to popularise the sport. St. Anton was the host of the Alpine World Ski Championships in 2001.

Website: http://www.st-anton.at

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