Sterzing (Bolzano, Italy)
Sterzing (Stertzing), a town in the South Tyrol (formerly Austria) region of Italy, was from 1528 a center of Anabaptist activity. Thirty Anabaptists were executed at Sterzing, among whom were Konrad Fichter and Lamprecht Gruber, both in 1532.
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