7 Sights in Brixen - Bressanone, Italy (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Brixen - Bressanone, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Brixen - Bressanone, Italy.

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1. Burgruine Pfefferburg / Pfeffersberg 13.Jhd

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The site of Pfeffersberg Castle, also known as Pfeffersberg, is the site of Pfeffersberg Castle on the western slope of the Bressanone Valley Basin. Castle Mountain slopes steeply on three sides, and one side of the mountain is protected by a pit with a convoluted top in the west. A prehistoric settlement has been found here. A treasure legend about Pfeffersberg Castle shows that it is old. On the top of the hill, you will find the foundation of the castle, further east, about 3 meters high, about 3 meters high. 1. The wall with a thickness of 20 meters comes from the annular wall that may be built with Pallas. This circular wall can be seen from a long distance, which is mistaken for a vineyard wall. Between the castle and the city wall lies the remnant of an old well. The whole complex is covered with bushes, so it is difficult to see its size. From the mountain, you can see the beautiful scenery of Bresanone City and the whole valley basin.

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2. Johanneskapelle

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The Johanneskapelle at the cloister in Brixen, also called St. Johannes in the cloister, is located on the southwest corner of the Brixner cathedral district and is entered by the third arcade of the cloister. It was likely to have been built at the first cathedral building in the 10th century and was a baptismal chapel and episcopal court chapel. According to the tradition, the synod is said to have come together here in 1080, which Pope Gregor VII left and chose Wibert von Ravenna as the opposite pope.

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3. Kreuzgang - Chiostro

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The cloister of Brickson Cathedral is one of the most important artistic monuments in South Tyrol. It was built in the pre-Romanesque period and later redesigned in Romanesque and Gothic styles. With neighboring buildings-including Brixon Cathedral, St John's Chapel and Notre Dame Church-the cloister is the center of the cathedral area. It is famous for its frescoes from the Gothic period.

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4. Pfarrkirche St. Michael - Parrocchia San Michele

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The parish church of St. Michael is the Roman Catholic Church of the parish and the Deanery of Brixen in South Tyrol. It is located in a prominent location north of the Brixner Cathedral at Domplatz 12. The church is consecrated to the Archangel Michael. It was traditionally the Church of the Brixen Citizenship.

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5. Kapuzinerkirche St. Katharina

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Cabuchin Church St. Catherine is a Roman Catholic church in the Italian parish of Bolzano-Bresanone. It is located at Runggadgasse 23 in Bresanone, South Tyrol. The affiliated monastery is home to the province of South Tyrol Kapuchin, which in turn belongs to the province of Austria-South Tyrol Kapuchin.

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6. Dom - Duomo

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The Cathedral of Bressanone, officially Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and San Cassiano, is the main place of worship of Bressanone, in South Tyrol, and cathedral of the diocese of Bolzano-Bressanone. It is Italian national monument.

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7. Kirche der Congregatio Jesu

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The Brixon Jesuit Church of the Roman Catholic Church is dedicated to St. To Joseph. The neoclassical building, located at 17 Altenmarktgasse, was taken over from the Miss Britain Order of South Tyrol Autonomous Province in 2011.

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