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Location address: Italia, Bolzano
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The Abbey of Innichen (German: Stift Innichen) is a religious complex in Innichen in South Tyrol in northern Italy. Founded in the 8th century and rebuilt in the 12th–13th centuries, its collegiate church is considered the most important Romanesque building in Tyrol and the Eastern Alps and, in is home to a 13th-century sculpture and a fresco cycle from the same age in the dome.