Deva, with its 25 citizens, is a town in the Autonomous Province Trento or Trentino (in the Italian Autonomous Province di Trento or Trentino), approximately 466 km north from Rome. Trentino, with the Autonomous Province Bolzano (in Italian the Autonomous Province di Bolzano) forms the Autonomous Province Trentino-South Tirol Italy. The province has its capital at Trento, the same as the region Trentino-South Tirol, having their own flag and emblem.
The region borders Austria in the north and north east, Switzerland in the north west, Lombardy in the west and Veneto in the south and east. The defining element of its landscapes is represented by the Alps, especially the Dolomites. The highest mountain is Ortler, with the height of 3.905 meters. The most important river is Etsch (In Italian Adige, which is also found in the name of the region in South Tirol: Alto Adige = the high area of Adige).
Deva is in the Europe/Rome time zone, with a UTC delay of 2 hours. We know there are 11 airports near Deva and only 5 of them are bigger than the others. The nearest airport from Italy is Trento/Mattarello airport, at a distance of 26 km, in the north-east. Apart from the aforementioned airports, there are also other means of transport.
In the surrounding areas, there are a few places which have been included on the World Heritage List by UNESCO. The closest is in Valcamonica, the Rock Drawings, at a distance of 42 km, in the west. The inhabitants of Deva speak Italian.
The culture of Deva, its heritage and traditions have been kept to this day. Some minority groups and gastronomic particularities have also been kept. The town offers a lot of opportunities for winter sports, mountain hikes and climbing. During the spring or summer, cycling is an important activity.