What you shouldn’t miss out on in Brunico

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The urban centre of the Pustertal valley, Brunico, is associated above all with mountains. However, here you will also find two “temples” designed by Reinhold Messner, the king of the eight-thousand-metre peaks – the MMM Corones and the MMM Ripa. The first is located at 2,275 m on the peak of the Kronplatz and offers spectacular panoramic views. The museum designed by Zaha Hadid is a shrine to the world of mountaineering. The MMM Ripa at Schloss Bruneck castle is dedicated to mountain people all over the world. Together with the Stadtgasse street, this former summer residence makes up the old town, where townhouses captivate with their crenelated gables and pointed-arch doorways. The Moessmer textile mill and the Ulbrich textile factory are a reminder of its past as a historic textile centre. For those interested in history, the City Museum, the South Tyrolean Folklore Museum in Teodone or the military cemetery are worth a visit. If you feel like getting some exercise, a trip to the climbing centre and then the Cron4 swimming pool is recommended.

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