Pharmacy Museum Brixen - Pharmaziemuseum Brixen - Museo della Farmacia di Bressanone
EN - In autumn 2002, the Museum of Pharmacy in Brixen (Bressanone) opened its doors to the public for the first time. Its unique collection of exhibits welcomes visitors - experts and novices alike - to an exciting journey of the history of pharmaceutical drug making.
DE - Das Pharmaziemuseum Brixen ist seit Herbst 2002 geöffnet. Seine besonderen Ausstellungsstücke rund um die Herstellung von Arzneimitteln, wie z.B. Tablettenpressen, Pillenrechen oder Zäpfchenformen, machen es für Laien wie Experten zu einer pharmaziehistorischen Fundgrube.
IT - Il Museo della Farmacia di Bressanone è aperto ai visitatori dall’autunno 2002. I particolari oggetti esposti relativi alla produzione di medicinali – comprimitrici per compresse, sezionatori per pillole, stampi per supposte ecc. – ne fanno una vera miniera di storia della farmacia sia per gli esperti che per i non addetti ai lavori.
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Places to see in ( Bressanone - Italy )
Places to see in ( Bressanone - Italy )
Brixen is a town in northern Italy. The baroque-style Cathedral of Brixen has a sumptuous marble interior. Nearby, the Chiostro di Bressanone is a Romanesque cloister with medieval frescoes. In the Bishop's Palace, the Diocesan Museum exhibits medieval and Renaissance art, plus a collection of crèches. The Gothic White Tower features 4 bay windows. The Plose, a mountain to the southeast, has trails and ski slopes.
First mentioned in 901, Brixen is the third largest city and oldest town in the province, and the artistic and cultural capital of the valley. It is located at the confluence of the Eisack and Rienz rivers, 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of Bolzano and 45 kilometres (28 mi) south of the Brenner Pass, on the Italy-Austrian border. It is flanked on the eastern side by the Plose and Telegraph (Monte Telegrafo) mountains (2,504 m) and on the western side by the Königsanger (Monte Pascolo) (2,436 m) mountain. Brixen is especially known as a major skiing resort (the Plose). Other activities include hydroelectric power, orchards, and vineyards.
Frazioni / incorporated villages: Afers (Eores), Albeins (Albes), Elvas, Gereuth, Karnol, Klerant (Cleran), Kranebitt (Costa d'Elvas), Mahr (La Mara), Mairdorf, Mellaun (Meluno), Pairdorf (Perara), Pinzagen (Pinzago), Plabach, Rutzenberg, St. Andrä (S.Andrea), St. Leonhard (S.Leonardo), Sarns (Sarnes), Tils (Tiles), Tötschling (Tecelinga), Tschötsch (Scezze), Untereben.
The area of Brixen has been settled since the Upper Paleolithic (8th millennium BC). Other settlements from the late Stone Age have been found and in 15 BC, the area was conquered by the Romans, who had their main settlement in the nearby Säben (Sabiona). They held it until around 590, when it was occupied by Bavarians.
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The Cathedral (10th century), was rebuilt in the 13th century and again in 1745–54 along Baroque lines. The ceiling of the nave has a large fresco by Paul Troger portraying the Adoration of the Lamb.
The Hofburg, a Renaissance Bishop's Palace (started in the 13th century), one of the main noble residences in South Tyrol. The Diocesan Museum has several artworks, including a presepe with 5,000 figures created for Bishop Karl Franz Lodron.
The round parish church of Saint Michael (11th century). The Gothic choir and the bell tower are from the 15th century while the nave is from the 16th. The main artwork is a wooden Cireneus from the 15th century.
The Pharmacy Museum (Pharmaziemuseum Brixen), located in a nearly 500-year-old townhouse, shows the development and changes of the local pharmacy. The Peer family (now the 7th generation) has run this pharmacy since 1787, always in the same location. The museum's carefully restored rooms illustrate the development of the pharmaceutical profession over the centuries and the changes in remedies used, from the testicles of a beaver and pieces of an ancient Egyptian mummy to modern plasters and lyophilisates. All the objects and medicines on display were in use over the centuries. The Museum also has a library for historical research and the archive of the Peer family. In a separate room there is a multimedia display of the history of the family.
Outside the city is Rodeneck Castle, one of the most powerful of its time. It has precious frescoes from the early 13th century. Also important are Reifenstein Castle and Trostburg Castle in Waidbruck. In the latter lived the adventurer and minstrel Oswald von Wolkenstein.
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Agorà della scherma: Passion, Sport, and Culture. EN IT
Agorá (from Greek Ἀγορά) was a central location in ancient Greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word is gathering place or assembly. The agora was the center of athletic, artistic, spiritual, and political life of the city.
This is a video slide presentation of the Agorá at the Pro Patria et Libertate Fencing Club in Busto Arsizio (near Milan), Italy, to celebrate the history of the duel and of fencing as a sport with an exceptional museum like display. Four rooms host important collections gathered by maestro Giancarlo Toran around the precious donation of rare and unique fencing memorabilia by Tuscan psychiatrist and psychotherapist Silvio Longhi.
All'interno di un club di scherma si celebra la storia di questo sport dando spazio ad uno straordinario percorso museale: quattro sale ospitano importanti collezioni curate dal maestro Giancarlo Toran, sopra tutte la pregevole raccolta donata dal medico toscano Silvio Longhi.