Wilten

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The Wilten district spreads out at the foot of the wooded heights of the Bergisel, where the Sill emerges from its final gorge, to flow down the Inn Valley. This site leads to the Brenner pass and is strategic, as the presence of motorways and railways suggest. Here, the Romans had founded the town of Veldidena, before an abbey was built over its remains in the Middle Ages. Later, the Battle of Bergisel and Winter Olympic Games made it one of the Tyrol's major historical locations.

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Wilten Basilica
Wilten Basilica
This basilica was rebuilt by the
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Wilten Stiftskirche
Wilten Stiftskirche
This very old abbey was entrusted to the
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Triumphal Arch
Triumphal Arch
The triumphal arch guarding the entrance
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Bergisel
Bergisel
It is on this pleasant hill that
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Ski Jump (Innsbruck)
Ski Jump (Innsbruck)
The Sprungstadion is a monument to the
Kaiserjägermuseum
Kaiserjägermuseum
The Museum of Imperial Mountain Infantry
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Wilten Basilica
Wilten Basilica
This basilica was rebuilt by the
0:30
Wilten Stiftskirche
Wilten Stiftskirche
This very old abbey was entrusted to the
0:15
Triumphal Arch
Triumphal Arch
The triumphal arch guarding the entrance
1:00
See all