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Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo, Bressanone
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Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo is located in Bressanone. See Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo and all Bressanone has to offer by arranging your trip with our Bressanone trip generator.
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Da sempre importante per la Città, questa chiesa è passata in secondo piano per quanto riguarda le funzioni religiose con la costruzione del Duomo, ma non va dimenticata. Sorta nel Xi secolo, il suo c... read more »Always been important to the city, this church has moved into second place with regard to the religious services with the construction of the Cathedral, but it must not be forgotten. Built in the 11th century, its Bell Tower, the ' White Tower ', is a symbol of Brixen. For some years now, unfortunately is open but not visible because of archaeological excavations for the discovery of ancient tombs (these panels give detailed explanation). There are hundreds and hundreds of tombs, stacked four or five on each other to a depth of a few meters. Some graves contained the typical seashells collected on the shores of the Atlantic and brought by pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela and it is not excluded that some tombs belong to the age in which arose the Maierhof, out of which grew, with the donation of Louis the child in 901, the modern city of Brixen.show original
This was my second visit to Bressanone in 10 years. Our first was with family in 2005. We loved it so much we decided to take friends there in Aug 2015. We stayed at Gruner Baum hotel and enjoyed it i... read more »
Antica chiesa che sorge a lato del Duomo. Siamo entrati per vederla ma solo la parte dopo la porta principale era accessibile perché sono in corso scavi dato che durante il restauro sono venute alla l... read more »Ancient church that stands on the side of the Cathedral. We walked in to see her but only the part after the main door was accessible because they are ongoing excavations since during restoration came to light pre-very ancient existences. Curtain wall explains the ongoing work with interesting photographic documentation and there are Windows that you see the Church. The artworks inside are "bundled" to protect them. To be reviewed for sure at work completed that should enhance as found.show original
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