This may be an easy question, but I can't think of the answer at hand.

Suppose that I have a triangulated $n$-manifold $M$ (satisfying any set of conditions that you feel like). Suppose that I give to you the 1-skeleton of the triangulation. Can you tell me anything about the dimension of $M$?

(For CW-decompositions, the answer is obviously no: every sphere can be given a CW decomposition with no 1-cells. However, if it is a triangulation instead...)