Palazzo del Municipio, Vipiteno

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  • The courtyard of the Palace and the wooden room of the Council are very nice and worth the visit. Don't expect to see such beauty in a building and outside is little different from the others. It can also be accessed freely with no need to tickets or take guides. To access to the boardroom you need to climb a steep staircase leading to the first floor.
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  • Through a free guided tour we visited the Town Hall (built in the late Gothic style between 1468 and 1473), located in the middle of the new city; the visit is surprising to the many beauties to be found there. The Palace is home to one of the oldest theatre of Tyrol, the Vigil Raber and arouse particular admiration interiors with large salt witnesses of important historical events and the boardroom is considered one of the most beautiful of Tyrol in the inner courtyard you can admire a marble copy of the tombstone of Mithras (a Persian deity) of Roman , the original of which is kept in the archaeological museum in Bolzano and discovered in 1589 at Mauls, near Vipiteno and a milestone of Septimus Severus-2nd cent. d.c-.; certainly the Town Hall is another beauty of this beautiful town.
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  • Also worth seeing because it's located in the main street (via new town) and passes to go in the market square. Within an exhibition of paintings.
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