Bressanone

Bressanone

(brās-sänô`nā), Ger. Brixen, town (1991 pop. 16,992), Trentino–Alto Adige, N Italy, on the Brenner Road, and at the confluence of the Isarco and Rienza rivers. Bressanone and its surrounding territory were ruled by prince-bishops from the 11th cent. In 1803 the bishopric was secularized and passed to Austria as a part of the TyrolTyrol
, Ger. Tirol, region and province (1991 pop. 631,410), 4,882 sq mi (12,644 sq km), W Austria. Innsbruck is the capital. The southern section of the historic region are now in Italy.
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. The town passed to Italy with the S Tyrol in 1919; it retains a mixed German and Italian population. Of note are the cathedral (13th cent., with a baroque interior) and the Palazzo Vescovile (17th cent.).
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The town of Brixen (Bressanone in Italian) has deep roots as a religious and cultural centre of the region.
He had done so during the discussions of Bressanone (August 1984), where he had started from the remark that "liberation appears to be the platform, the banner of all cultures today, across all continents.
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Jungman habia nacido en Bolzano y estudiado en el seminario de Bressanone. Estudio los primeros ocho anos en el mencionado centro de estudios y recibio la ordenacion sacerdotal en 1913.
Following the protests of the Bishop of Bressanone, the ministerial order of January 10, 1924 permitted religious teachings in the 'locally used' language for Grade 1 of minority language primary schools and the use of the mother tongue, therefore also German, in the primary schools with mixed language students.
(21) Beat Seckinger, Europa im Geiste der deutschen Romantik (Bressanone, 1960); Paul Michael Lutzeler (ed.), Europa.