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La Hofkirche (Chiesa di Corte) di Innsbruck è una chiesa gotica costruita dal 1553 al 1563 dall'imperatore Ferdinando I in memoria di suo nonno Massimiliano I d’Asburgo. La chiesa ospita il monumento funebre dell’imperatore Massimiliano nella navata centrale e la tomba di Andreas Hofer, patriota tirolese.


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