Here is a resource of maps from the series that will help you with the geographical orientation. Map of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in 1914 (before WW1) Map of the Austrian Empire after WW1 Map of Austria: Tyrol Landeck is the biggest city before Reschen when heading south. South Tyrol/Alto Adige/Südtirol Oberer Vinschgau Valley (Reschen Valley) This is the reservoir today. At Graun, in the light blue area on the right shore ("Kirchturm von Altgraun") is where you can see the church tower of St. Katharina today. Note, just to the north, that Katharina Thaler's hamlet of Arlund is now located above the lake. Just to the south of Graun, is where the Karlinbach spills into the lake. Here, as I zoom out, you can also see the landscape to the east. These are the mountains that Katharina Thaler would be living in, where the Vorsäß and the summer pastures are. Grauner Berg is the area which I use to describe the summer pastures, and, in The Smuggler of Reschen Pass, the area that Fritz haunts. Nauders, to the north of the pass and now on the Austrian side, used to be the district's legal seat. This was all moved to Bolzano/Bozen after the annexation. Bozen/Bolzano interactive city map (here you can find the streets Angelo traverses) More guidesGlossaryList of CharactersHistorical NoteTwo Cultures, Three Languages, One Big Conflict: How I wrote the series Get the Box Set Season 1: 1920 – 1924 She wants her home. He wants control. The Fascist regime wants both. Dive right in Buy Paperback Buy Ebook Buy Audiobook Tags: 1914 / Alto Adige / Austria / Austrian Empire / Austrian-Hungarian / Italy / post WWI maps / South Tyrol / Südtirol / Tyrol September 5, 2018 Glossary for the Reschen Valley Series Next Post September 1, 2018 Why I write historical fiction Previous Post Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.