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Blick auf die Brunnenburg

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  • Jens🅱️👨‍🦯🚴‍♂️⛺️

    At this point you can catch a clear view of the beautiful Brunnenburg and the Vinschgau beyond

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    • August 3, 2021

  • Jens🅱️👨‍🦯🚴‍♂️⛺️

    The Brunnenburg, built in 1240
    tet, destroyed again and again,
    but always up again
    built. The castle is a residence
    the descendants of the famous poet Ezra Pound. Pound stayed at the Brunnenburg from 1958 to 1962, where he wrote the last of his 120 Cantos, "his main work. The
    Brunnenburg is at home
    exceptional farmer
    economic museum that the
    Skill, creativity
    dedicated to activity and resourcefulness
    is with the Tyrolean mountain farmers
    have mastered the challenges of life on the steep slope for centuries.

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    • August 3, 2021

  • S Blue

    The Brunnenburg, below the castle, is also an eye-catcher.

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    • August 19, 2021

  • Isi-Sicilia

    Tyrol Castle, the ancestral seat of the Counts of Tyrol (Counts of Vinschgau), sits enthroned on a mighty castle hill. Not only the nearby village of Tyrol, but the whole country is shaped by the history of this castle, which gave the state of Tyrol its name. The first building was built around 1100.

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    • December 2, 2021

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Location: Tirol - Tirolo, South Tyrol, Italy

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