Brixen is the name of two cities in the Alps: Brixen, South Tyrol, Italy Brixen im Thale, Tyrol, AustriaBrixen may also refer to: Bishopric of Brixen, the former north-Italian state.
Brixen is a town in South Tyrol in northern Italy, located about 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of Bolzano.
Brixen im Thale is a municipality situated at the highest point of the Brixental valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Every year on the Feast of Corpus Christi, the village celebrates the traditional Antlassritt.
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The Brixental is a southeastern side valley of the Tyrolean Lower Inn Valley in Austria with a length of about 30 km (18.6 mi). Near Wörgl (513 m AMSL; 318 mi) the Brixental and Inn valleys meet.
The Brixentaler Ache is river of Tyrol, Austria, a right tributary of the Inn. It passes through the districts of Kitzbühel and Kufstein.
Brien Singleton Wygle is an American pilot from Seattle, Washington. He was the co-pilot of the first Boeing 747 flight that took place on February 9, 1969, in Everett, Washington.
Bauerntarock also called Brixentaler Bauerntarock, is a point-trick card game played in the Brixental, Austria. It may have originated in the 19th century as an adaptation of the 54-card Tapp Tarock game onto the cheaper and smaller 36-card German deck.
Computer programmers historically used "Press any key to continue" as a prompt to the user when it was necessary to pause processing. The system would resume after the user pressed any keyboard button.