The Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Spyridon was built in Neo-Byzantine style after designs of the Italian archictect Carlo Maciacchini. The church with its five cupolas was completed in 1866 on the... more
In the fifth century this church was a basilica which was built in place of a Roman temple. It was probably destroyed in the IX century. Between the IX and the X century two churches were built on the... more
The Church of San Antonio Nuovo is situated at the Northern end of the Canal Grande. This amazing church, with water and fountain in front of it was designed byPietro Noble. The interior is worth to... more
The Old Stock Exchange Palace (Borsa Vecchia) is one of most impressive neo-classical structures in Trieste. It was built in 1806 by the Italian architect Antonio Mollari.
The facade is dominated by... more
if you google 'trieste aquarium' then the second named site claims that you would expect to find an aquarium in a city such as this and it 'does not disappoint'. Yes it does.
The building itself is... more
From downtown Trieste you can take the funicolar tramway (buy 1 hour transport ticket, 1 euro) and in 20 minutes reach the highland (400 mts. above sea level) with terrific panorama and a scenic... more
The Faro della Vittoria accomplishes two functions: it enlightens the Trieste gulf and commemorates the seamen fallen during WWI, with this inscription: SPLENDI E RICORDA I CADUTI SUL MARE MCMXV -... more
Trieste, today the capital city of the region of Friùli-Venezia Giulia, has had a long and difficult history that, according to me, can be summed up in the equation I've written as a title for this......
I'm very happy to be able to share with you the love for my home town!
I really love this town,even if it has something I consider as shortages. I mean,beside the fact that older I bacame, smaller...
We combined our attendance at the 8th offical VT Euromeet in Bergamo, with a 2 weeks trip through Northern Italy. At the end of this trip we stayed four days in Trieste in the north eastern corner of...
Due to the graciousness of VT's Banjo and his friends, Trieste is, and will remain, one of my favorite places in Italy. Located close to the Slovenian border in the most northeastern part of Italy,......