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Twice as enchanting

Monastries, churches and chapels in and around Brixen

Its former function as a Middle Age bishop’s town still characterises Brixen today. In particular the religious buildings, which are found liberally placed around the town, reflect this fact. The bishop’s realm in the town centre with the cathedral and parish church show the power the church had in the past. The canon’s Neustift monastry represents the spiritual sovereignty of the religious culture during the Middle Ages. The parish churches and farming churches are treasure chests of a pious folk culture, which still endures today. The churches and cloister in and around Brixen give great insight into the heart of the population. All of this makes Brixen twice as lovely!

Splendid Romanesque building with vaults of the 14th century and magnificent frescoes either of the 14th or of the 15th ...
Parish Church
Romanesque St. Michael’s church of the 11th century, Gothic choir loft and the „Weißer Turm“ (White Tower, 72 m) dating from ...
Freinademetz-Church in Milland/Millan
At the eastern side of Brixen, beyond the confluence of the Rienz river and the Eisack river, in the village of Milland a ...
The pilgrimage church Maria am Sand, with its picture of the Virgin Mary possessing miraculous powers who gives the Christ ...
The Cathedral
Originally an Ottonian building with Romanesque restructuring of the nave and aisles around 1200, of the crypt, the 3 apses ...