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The problem is one of which name to use. The Duomo di Bressanone is the Italian version, Cathedral of Brixen is the English version and the German is Brixner Dom
All mean it is the Cathedral of this town called Bressanone or Brixen. This is...More
It was beautiful inside and attractive outside, close to the splendid museum. I noted that some recent bishops had flowers left on their memorials, but pointedly none on that of the controversial WW2 era bishop.
Looking at it from the outside, this rather unassuming cathedral in Brixen does not inspire a lot interest. But step inside, one is awed especially by the very fine ceiling in this baroque church that was rebuilt in the mid-1700s but was first built in...More
We visited here on a rainy day. We walked to the Duomo with its brightly coloured exterior and was relieved to tour the interior in the wet weather. As it was raining that day, we were disappointed that we did not get to shop at...More
I Look at "Duomo di Firenze" every day because Florence is the city where I live and every kind of comparison is impossible.
The shapes of this cathedral are nices but not more.
People who live here in Brixen are very unpleasant, and the things...More