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The Benedictine Monastery of Marienberg in Burgeis
In c. 1146, following the example of St Benedict, the first monks created a place where they could pray and pursue their diligent endeavours in the solitude of the mountains. The heart of the ...
St. Benedict Church in Malles
The church was founded back in c. 800 in the time of Charlemagne. It originally belonged to the Convent of St John in Müstair. The simple construction with a square ground-plan conceals extremely ...
The city of Glurns
Glurns was mentioned in documents in 1163 for the first time as a village. The little town itself was founded by Meinhard II. In 1294 it was first described as a “burgum” and in 1304 it was directly ...
St. John Church in Tubre in Monastero Valley
The heart of the church is formed by a central area with four adjoining square rooms, whose cruciform shape is reminiscent of domed Byzantine churches with the groundplan in the form of a cross. ...
St. John Church in Prato allo Stelvio
This very early church stands in the south-east part of the village, in the midst of green meadows. The church was built in the Romanesque style by the von Tschengels as their proprietary church at ...
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Vigilius/Blasius Church in Morter/Laces
Tirol Castle in Tirol Village
St. Margarets'church in Lana
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