Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Joachim Haspinger




Joachim Haspinger monument in Klausen / Chiusa - Isarco Valley

Johann Simon Haspinger (28 October 1776 - 12 January 1858) was a Catholic priest and leader of the Tyrolese revolt against Napoleon.

4 comments:

Sharon said...

Nice monument for a man with a cause.

Gunn said...

I like the flowers more than the statue.

VP said...

A Catholic priest was the leader of a Tyrolese revolt against Napoleon... I have to study a bit more history, thanks for the tip and for the image of the monument to this brave priest.

Dina said...

He does look like he could really bash someone with that cross. ;)

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