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Castel Mareccio (Schloss Maretsch German:) is a Castle located in the town of Bolzano, in the historic center, in a position that makes it a residence, rather than a defense.
More substantial enlargement was commissioned by Römer family in the mid-16th century: the other four towers and the frescoes in the sala dei cavalieri, towers and the chapel date from that period, as well as the walled moat bridge.
It is not normally open to the public because it used as a Convention Center.
Castel Roncolo dates back to the 13th century. In addition to the famous cycle of frescoes from the middle ages, secular exposes objects from the old Armory, a gallery of pictures of castles and frescoes and architectural parts. The Eastern Palace houses temporary exhibitions periodically.
The Romanesque Tower of the ancient castle of Gries, now annexed to the convent, one can admire a small collection of Nativity scenes-ancient and newer-depictions of the Nativity and the passion are also exhibited forty porvenienti figurines from popular art.
Bolzano Cathedral, dedicated to santa Maria Assunta, is the most important Church of the city of Bolzano and the Co-Cathedral of the Diocese of Bolzano-Bressanone; in German it is called Dom Maria Himmelfahrt or Bozner Dom or even Propsteipfarrkirche Bozen.
On the South of the Church is the Museo del duomo (Dommuseum or Bozen Domschatzkammer) that showcases the treasures of the Cathedral and offers an historical-ecclesiastical history teaching in the city.
The Bolzano "World War I Historical Society" has made it their job to preserve the memory of the First World War as a deterring example against war. With the motto "Lest We Forget, 1914-1918", several rooms were consequently set up with exhibits and archeological finds from this period that were collected with tremendous effort over many years. The Museum Society has also restored the Austro-Hungarian positions along the former front lines on the Trevisan plateau (Fedaia) and at the foot of the Marmolada. In collaboration with the Austrian Schwarzes Kreuz (Black Cross), the Society has
The heart of Reinhold Messner Museum is located within the old walls of Castle Sigmundskron, made accessible by a modern glass and steel. The exhibition unfolds between the towers, halls, courtyards and offers visitors an overview of the universe. Artworks, paintings, memorabilia, natural exhibits tell the close relationship that unites man to the mountain, the mountain ranges of orogeny and their breakup, the link between religion and mountain, the Majesty of the world's most famous peaks, the history of climbing up to the today's Alpine tourism.
The Bolzano victory monument (in German or, derogatively Siegesdenkmal, Faschistentempel, i.e. "fascist Temple") is a monumental marble commemorative complex Italian victory in the first world war on Austria-Hungary, designed by architect Marcello Piacentini (maybe on sketch of Benito Mussolini) and built between 1926 and 1928.
It is located in piazza della Vittoria (Siegesplatz), a few steps from ponte Talvera River, at the point of convergence of the valleys that flow into the basin of Bolzano.