Cathedral (Parish Church of Our Lady of the Assumption)

Cathedral (Parish Church of Our Lady of the Assumption) (HM1AVF)

Location: Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige/ 39100 BZ
Country: Italy
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N 46° 29.868', E 11° 21.249'

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Duomo (Chiesa parrocchiale di S. Maria Assunta)

— Dom (Stadtpfarrkirche Maria Himmelfahrt) —

The text of this marker is in three languages; Italian (top), German (middle) and English (bottom).

Chiesa parrocchiale di impianto romanico eretta nei secoli XIII e XIV sul luogo di una basilica paleocristiana (V-VI sec.) e di una chiesa altomedievale (IX sec.). Fu ampliata e modificata in stile gotico (XIV-XVI sec). Il campanile con cuspide a traforo tardogotica ? opera del maestro svevo Hans Lutz di Schussenried (1519). All'interno affreschi gotici, pulpito in arenaria grigia (1514) e altare maggiore barocco in marmo policromo (1710-1720). Nella Cappella delle Grazie affreschi di K. Henrici (1771) ed una Madonna allattante, scultura romanica del XIII sec. Dal 1964 ? cattedrale della diocesi di Bolzano-Bressanone.

St?dtische Pfarrkirche vom Mittelalter bis zur Einrichtung der Di?zese Bozen-Brixen im Jahr 1964, seither Bischofskirche (?Bozner Dom"). Auf den Resten einer fr?hchristlichen Basilika (5.-6. Jh.) und einer Anlage des 9. Jh. entstand ein dreischiffiger romanischer Bau, der von der Mitte des 14. bis ins 16. Jh. zu einer gotischen Hallenkirche umgestaltet wurde.
Der sp?tgotische Turm mit reich durchbrochenem Pyramidenabschluss ist Werk des schw?bischen Meisters Hans Lutz von Schussenried (1519 vollendet).
Im Inneren u.a. Reste gotischer Fresken, Sandsteinkanzel (1514) und barocker Hochaltar aus polychromem Marmor (1710-1720). In der Gnadenkapelle Fresken von K. Henrici (1771) und romanische Madonna mit Kind (13. Jh.).

Ancient city parish church built in the 13th-14th centuries. It stands on the site of an early Christian basilica (5th-6th century) and of an early Medieval church (9th century).
The Romanesque structure was enlarged and changed to Gothic style (14th-16th century). The bell tower with its lacy pinnacle was built in 1519 by Hanz Lutz von Schussenried.
Within: Gothic frescoes, grey sandstone pulpit (1514) and monumental Baroque high alter in polychrome marble (1710-1720). In the Chapel of the Graces, frescoes by K. Henrice (1771) and Romanesque sculpture of Nursing Madonna (13th century). Since 1964 the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption has been the Cathedral of the diocese of Bolzano/Bozen and Bressamone/Brixen
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Date Added Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 at 11:16pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)32T E 680643 N 5152051
Decimal Degrees46.49780000, 11.35415000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 46° 29.868', E 11° 21.249'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds46° 29' 52.08" N, 11° 21' 14.94" E
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Area Code(s)860
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 7 Piazza della Parrocchia, Bolzano Trentino-Alto Adige/ 39100, IT
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