Bezienswaardigheden in het historische Scena
Bezienswaardigheden in het historische Scena
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New parish church of Schenna
The new-Gothic parish church in Scena was built between 1914 and 1931. The old church was continuously found to be too small and it was necessary to construct a more spacious building. The vicinity to the school, the old people’s home, the sexton’s quarters and the widows’ accommodation ensured the central location of the church. After several heated meetings about the planning and actual location, the design of the Vienna architect Eduard Hütter was welcomed and approved. However, in 1915 the building work was stopped due to the start of World War I and only recommenced in 1926 because of the political changes, which had occurred in South Tyrol. The altar area is decorated with the statues of the twelve apostles. The fourteen 14 carved cross stations by Johann Muhry are incredibly impressive. The glass windows come from the Tyrolean glass painting company in Innsbruck. At the side walls of the main church area, the statues of Sains Vigilius, the bishop of Trent, as well as one of Christ King, the blessed Heinrich of Bozen, Saint Nicolas of the Flüe, the apostle Philipp, the evangelist John, the Bishop Valentine and the blessed Josef Freinademetz are found on pedestals. At the back wall, the Baroque figure of Saint Michael takes pride of place. He is presented as a young knight with a flaming sword. This statue previously stood in the Michaels chapel, which was demolished before starting the new parish church building. The new organ was built by Franz Zanin from Udine in 1993 and its cover was artfully designed by Herbert Schönweger from Meran. It consists of 32 registers, the major organ part, the back positive and pedal, as well as 2,744 pipes. Both churches were consecrated to Mary, the mother of God and she is celebrated each year on 15th August. The church tower is 35 metres high and contains seven bells. The smallest one is the Zügen bell, which is struck just after someone in the parish dies. On Sundays and bank holidays, as well as other festivities and occasions such as the Ave Maria, the church bells are rung. For the twelve o’clock ring, the ring for the end of the working day, the ring for bad weather approaching, for weddings, baptisms etc, (the little bell, the second one, the third one, the eleventh one, the twelfth one and the large bell) are sounded. All six bells are only rung together for important festivities. The church is surrounded by well-cared for graves, which are decorated with flowers. The measurements of the graves were standardised in 1972 and at that time, the graveyard was redesigned. It is truly an honourable place for the dead. In between the graves, a simple monument remembers the 108 fallen soldiers in both World Wars.
 
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Mausoleum
The mausoleum was built between 1860 and 1869 according to the plans of the Vienna architect professor Moritz Wappler, as a burial place for Archduke Johann of Austria and his family. The church is situated on an artificial terrace at the western edge of the church hill and is one of the earliest and without doubt the most successful sacred building in the Neo-Gothic style. The building was constructed of red sandstone and granite from the Ifinger region. In the underground crypt chapel with its heavy ribbed vaults, there is the marble sarcophagus of Archduke Johann and his wife.
 
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Schenna Castle
The mighty buildings of Castle Schenna just above the city of Meran are still partly surrounded by a moat. Using the bridge, you will come to the entrance of Castle Schenna and from there, if you pass the dungeon, you’ll arrive in the courtyard. An open staircase will lead you to the castle chambers. Castle Schenna in South Tyrol is open for guided tours. Only the wing containing the private rooms of the count’s family remains closed to the public. The halls and grand chambers are home to a painting and portrait gallery, a weapons collection, as well as numerous art-historic objects of Tyrolean history.
 

Bezienswaardigheden in het historische Scena

Culturele verscheidenheid boven de kuurstad Merano

Scena/Schenna is een levendig dorp, prachtig gelegen boven de kuurstad Merano/Meran. Het kenmerkt zich ook door landschappelijke en culturele verscheidenheid.

De belangrijkste bezienswaardigheden in Scena zijn het Slot Scena, dat zich machtig boven het dorp verheft, en het mausoleum, het van rode zandsteen gebouwde graf van aartshertog Johann en zijn familie. Slot Scena is in 1350 gebouwd door Petermann von Scena. Aartshertog Johann van Oostenrijk kocht het in 1845 en het is nu nog in bezit van zijn nakomelingen, de graven van Merano.

Sacrale bouwwerken getuigen van de bewogen geschiedenis van het dorp. De oudste monumenten zijn de rond 1200 gebouwde Romaanse Martinskirche en de originele ronde kerk St. Georg met zijn goed bewaard gebleven fresco’s uit de 14e eeuw en waarvan het altaar wordt toegeschreven aan het atelier van Hans Schnatterpeck. Tegen de in de loop der eeuwen meermalen verbouwde oude parochiekerk aan ligt de nieuwe parochiekerk. Hij is in 1931 ingewijd en herbergt 14 fraaie houtgesneden kruiswegstaties.
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