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St. Josef in Ulten

Ulten-Alsack ( Italian Ultimo-Alsago ) is a fraction of the municipality of Mals in South Tyrol ( Italy ). This is located in the Vinschgau or Vinschger Oberland on the orographic left side of the Adige Valley .

The fraction consists of the two on the eastern edge of Malser heath nearby villages Ulten ( 1450  m ) and Alsack ( 1526  m ). Ulten is on the road from the main town of Mals to Planeil (near the exit of the Planeil valley ), Alsack about 800 meters further north on the road to Plawenn (near the exit of the Plawenn valley ). Ulten has 24 inhabitants (January 2014) , the local chapel of St. Joseph belongs to the parish of Burgeis . Alsack also has 24 inhabitants (January 2014) and belongs to the parish of Mals. The Maria Schnee church in Alsack is decorated with the work “Pietà” (1959–1960) by Karl Plattner .

Ulten-Alsack is administered by a five-member parliamentary committee, whose chairman is currently Markus Moriggl (since May 2011) . The area of ​​responsibility of this administration includes, above all, the regulation of own grazing rights, forest use, and wood and water rights.

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Coordinates: 46 ° 44 '  N , 10 ° 33'  E