Brixen


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Brixen:

see BressanoneBressanone
, 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.
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And the second match will be at Town's Brixen im Thale base (Schwimmbadweg 24, 6364 Brixen im Thale), kicking off at 5pm local time.
Fourteen members of the group took part in the Hollawind International Children's Theatre Festival at Brixen in the Dolomite mountains of the South Tyrol.
Durst has opened a futuristic new headquarters and Customer Experience Center in Brixen, Italy that represents a watershed in its transformation into a highly integrated process service provider.
Durst has opened futuristic new headquarters and Customer Experience Center in Brixen, northern Italy, that represents a watershed in its transformation into a highly integrated process service provider.
The man they arrested was Edmund Brixen. To illustrate to Brixen that he had been communicating with an undercover detective, Baumgarten sent a message to Brixen's phone from the undercover Snapchat account and Brixen witnessed the notification appear on his phone screen.
Henrik Brixen, a plumber, met the singer on board ship during the filming of fly-on-the-wall series The Cruise.
Nicholas of Cusa's Brixen Sermons and Late Medieval Church Reform
The series pulled in 14 million viewers who were spellbound by her romance with ship's engineer Henrik Brixen. They wed but split four years later.
To the south of Soll lie Hopfgarten and Westendorf, and to the east, an intricate network of runs reaching across Brixen im Thale, Scheffau, Ellmau and Going.
One Witch At a Time tells of a new magic which permeates a Brixen summer, which begins when a foreign girl tries trading some beans for Rudi's cheese and butter.
Trivia: She was married briefly some years ago before meeting Henrik Brixen aboard the ship on which she worked.
Los otros editores son Annemari Profanter, profesora de la Universidad Libre de Brixen en Italia; Carmen Salgado, profesora de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Informacion en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y el profesor Esteban Vazquez, de la UNED.