I took a train at the Innsbruck Central Station and went to the city of Bressanone northern Italy.
Brenner railway station serves the comune of Brenner, in South Tyrol in northeastern Italy. It is 300 m south of the border between Italy and Austria.
Brenner Pass is a mountain pass through the Alps which forms the border between Italy and Austria. It is one of the principal passes of the Eastern Alpine range and has the lowest altitude among Alpine passes of the area. Dairy cattle graze in alpine pastures throughout the summer in valleys beneath the pass and on the mountains above it.
Bressanone (German; Brixen) is a town in South Tyrol in northern Italy, located about 40 kilometres north of Bolzano. It has a population of 21,416 in the 2015 census.
On top of the column the lamb, Brixen’s heraldic animal, and on the column itself the statue of the bishop Zacharias.
For the fountain on the Cathedral Square, Martin Rainer crafted a bronze sculpture representing the circle of man’s life, from birth to the death. The water is the element of life, it is a symbol for movement.
The original Ottonian building took on a new Romanesque design in the twelfth century, gaining a three-aisled nave with crypt and three apses in addition to two front towers.
Splendid Romanesque building with vaults of the 14 th century and magnificent frescoes either of the 14 th or 15 th century, which show the development art.
11th century built St. Michael’s parish church is Romanesque with Gothic choir loft and White Tower (72 m), dating from the 15 th century.
Left the church of St. Michael and walking to Eisack – Isarco River, its source is near the Brenner Pass.
My brief journey would be over. I was going back to Innsbruck by train now.