Bressanone cloister is one of the most important monuments of art in South Tyrol - The cloister of Bressanone/Brixen
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Bressanone cloister

One of the most important monuments of art in South Tyrol

The Bressanone Cathedral cloister is one of the most important monuments of art in South Tyrol. The cloister is famous in particular for its Gothic frescoes. It was originally built in pre Romanesque times but later redesigned in Romanesque and Gothic style. The depiction of an elephant (3rd arch) and the Adoration of the Magi (13th arch) are particularly worth seeing.
With the adjacent buildings Bressanone Cathedral, St. John’s Chapel and the Church of our Lady, the “Cloister” is the centre of the cathedral district.
Cathedral Square
39042 Bressanone/Brixen
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