Palazzo Vescovile, Bressanone
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  • Both States have seen the Bishop's Palace or beautiful in its architecture with frescoes really well maintained works of popes and bishops beautiful beaded on marble wall. We also visited the Museum of the Manger inside very beautiful 300 years or more considered co!!! It seems absurd to be amazed by the spectacle of lights SOLIMAN when you are inside the Palace where one should remain speechless!!!
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  • Palazzo bello not only for internal Church, cloisters, halls including the Royal residence with charming décor, nice chairs, and rests his arms depicting an eagle, in addition to chandeliers; but also for the presence in this time of exhibition of Christmas cribs in three distinct areas. Beautiful in my opinion the first part with many display cases depicting scenes of the Gospel by the marriage of Maria until the Ascension of Christ, in this part the statuettes are small and made some wonderful wood plaster but more is the representation of the environments. Also on the first part of the Museum you have instead other cases with much larger statues in them being the care of clothes of "characters" the second part of the exhibition, in the basement there are terracotta Nativity scenes by a local artist, again with the celebration of the life of Jesus. Eventually the second floor instead switching to a collection of paper and folding cribs. Cost 5 euros, time to visit at least one hour.
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  • Bishop's Palace has a very ancient history: it was built in the 12nd century and originally was more like a fortress-Castle. in the year 1595, commissioned by Cardinal Andreas of Austria, the building began to rebuild in Baroque style and it turned into one of the most beautiful residences in South Tyrol. Currently the Palace houses the Diocesan Museum.
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