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The journey to the Castle leads us on the trail of its first Lord, Duke Sigismund of Austria, who would, perhaps, as town house (second half of 15th century). Throughout the 16th century, the Castle remained a princely residence; in 1516 there will stay even the Emperor Maximilian I. Over the centuries the building gradually fell into disrepair. In the 17th century. continued to be used only in the chapel for the celebration of masses. Following the Napoleonic wars Tyrol became Bavarian possession. The new government ceded the castle to the Princes Thurn und Taxis as compensation for the confi
The museum boasts a collection of historical and cultural importance, with prehistoric of Val Venosta and Val Passiria, minerals, manufactured goods of artistic craftsmanship of Merano and surroundings as well as paintings by painters Merano of the 19th and 20th centuries.
In 1980 the family Schmid has set up this private museum in four large halls of Castel Rametz. On the ground floor and in the cellars of the building have exposed ancient rural wine equipment. Tools, partly forgotten and out of use, were collected, restored and cataloged by the Schmid family in decades of painstaking work. The collection includes tools for soil cultivation, harvest, transport and winemaking grapes, as well as the oldest means of pest control. The museum displays also the equipment for cultivation of wheat and grain processing. Since 2007 is also presented the traditional produ
The women's Museum's history is closely connected with the founder Evelyn Ortner (1944-1997), native to Austria. He was a passionate collector of clothes and accessories. In 1993, the Association "Museo della Donna-woman over time". From there onwards many women associated themselves and so grew this museum.
In 1993 the Association "women's Museum – the woman over time", which over the years has gotten the support and consensus of many women. Every year exhibitions are also hosted.
Today the Museum, with its task of telling how it changed the role of women and their empowerment, became a reality
The synagogue, the Ashkenazi rite, testifies to the time – between the latter years of the last century and the outbreak of the second world war – in which the Jewish community of Merano and mundane cultural center was among the most significant of the central arch. In tours of the Museum, will reflect those years of splendour and tragic ones of the Holocaust.
Trauttmansdorff Castle, ancient residence chosen by Empress Elizabeth to his stays in Merano, now houses a curious "living museum": the Museum of tourism, otherwise known as the Touriseum. It is the first Museum of the Alpine arc entirely and exclusively dedicated to the history of the tourist phenomenon.
Moving in the room, visitors to the Museum make an interesting time travel along, in a fanciful stage setting and the other, two centuries of tourism both in terms of accommodation of the local population. Furniture sets, models faithful to reality, movies, audio recordings: the Touriseum is a
Collection of cult objects, documents, books, testimonies of Russian Orthodox communities come to Merano in the late 19th century. The Church, opened in 1897 and dedicated to St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, the Saint of miracles, was designed by Tobias Brenner, as well as the elegant buildings that surround it. The complex was built thanks to a huge legacy of rich Nadezda Borodina Russian Ivanovna. The Russkij Dom (Russian House) in Meran, recently renovated, is now home to a nursing home. This building is also the library, which holds what remains of books (over 1,300) of Russian community. Th