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

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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 6 sights are available in Brixen - Bressanone, Italy.

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1. Burgruine Pfefferburg / Pfeffersberg 13.Jhd

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The castle ruin Pfeffersberg, also called Pfefferburg, is a castle ruin on the Pfeffersberg on the western slope of the basin of Brixen. The castle hill drops steeply on three sides and is protected against the mountain side in the west by a depression with a fallback hilltop. A prehistoric settlement has been established here. A treasure legend referring to Pfeffersberg Castle points to her old age. On the top of the hill are the foundations of the keep and further east 3 m high, about 1.20 m thick walls, which originate from the ring wall, which was probably built here with the Palas. This curtain wall is visible from afar and is mistaken for a vineyard wall. Between the keep and the curtain wall are the remains of an old well. The entire complex is heavily overgrown by undergrowth, so that its dimensions are difficult to recognize. The hill offers a good view over the city of Bressanone and the entire valley basin.

Wikipedia: Burgruine Pfeffersberg (DE)

2. Johanneskapelle

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The St. John's Chapel at the cloister in Brixen, also called St. John in the cloister, is located at the southwest corner of the Bressanone cathedral district and is entered from the third arcade of the cloister. It was probably built during the first cathedral building in the 10th century and was a baptistery and episcopal court chapel. According to tradition, the synod of Bressanone met here in 1080, which deposed Pope Gregory VII and elected Wibert of Ravenna as antipope.

Wikipedia: Johanneskapelle am Kreuzgang (DE)

3. Dom - Duomo

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The Cathedral of Brixen is a cathedral in the city of Brixen, South Tyrol, Italy. It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and to Cassian of Imola. Since the foundation it has been the episcopal see of the Diocese of Brixen. In 1964, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bolzano-Brixen was created, and the see was moved to Bolzano. The cathedral currently has the status of minor basilica.

Wikipedia: Cathedral of Brixen (EN)

4. Kreuzgang - Chiostro

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The cloister of Bressanone Cathedral is one of the most important art monuments in South Tyrol. It was built in pre-Romanesque times and was later redesigned in Romanesque and Gothic style. With the adjacent buildings – including Brixen Cathedral, St. John's Chapel and Frauenkirche – the cloister represents the centre of the cathedral district. It is famous above all for its Gothic frescoes.

Wikipedia: Brixner Domkreuzgang (DE)

5. 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 deanery of Bressanone in South Tyrol. It is located in a prominent location north of Brixen Cathedral at Domplatz 12. The church is dedicated to the Archangel Michael. It was traditionally the church of the citizens of Bressanone.

Wikipedia: Pfarrkirche St. Michael (Brixen) (DE)

6. Kirche der Congregatio Jesu

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The Roman Catholic Church of the Congregatio Jesu in Bressanone is dedicated to St. Joseph. The classicist building is located at Altenmarktgasse 17 and was taken over by the Autonomous Province of South Tyrol in 2011 from the possession of the Order of the English Misses.

Wikipedia: Kirche der Congregatio Jesu (Brixen) (DE)

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