La Chiesa di Santo Spirito a Vipiteno, Vipiteno

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  • The Church was built in 1399 and originally part of the old hospital, from the outside, it passes quite unnoticed, but once you enter, it surprises with a colorful and wonderful frescoes. They were painted by the master Giovanni da Brunico in 1415 and represent the Annunciation, the Mount of olives, the kiss of Judas, Christ before Pilate, flagellation, Christ carrying the cross and resurrection, while the West face depicts the last judgement. This Church remains today one of the best preserved gothic churches in South Tyrol and still retains a mystical atmosphere.
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  • A tour of a beautiful village with a beautiful medieval church, frescoes still in excellent condition the Centre is pedestrianised. Beautiful Christmas metcatini
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  • South Tyrol is much more than Christmas and ski slopes, and this church is a small example. From the outside it seems kinda sketchy, but inside is a spectacle of frescoes recovered after a "restoration" of a few centuries ago had them covered with plaster by hiding them from view. If you get the chance, visit accompanied by one of the many free guided tours in Italian as we did, to discover the history and secrets of not only the Church but also of Vipiteno and its symbols like the zwölferturm and the fabulous Council Chamber of City Hall, all covered in wood.
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