You only have to imagine Trieste on a winter's day, with its tempestuous sea and raging bora, to appreciate the clear, glacial beauty of the place. Lodged between the Adriatic to the south and the Carso Plateau to the north, Trieste is the last little piece of Italy before you reach the neighbouring Slovenian border and has been a land of conquest for centuries. Having initially been ruled by the Romans ...
The heart of the capital of Friuli?Venezia Giulia, where the historic buildings overlook the canal
Trieste has one of the biggest Jewish communities in Italy.
One of the city's historic buildings, it plays host to festivals, exhibitions and shows.
Emblematic of the city, it was built by the order of the House of Habsburg in the mid 19th century.
A maritime city, Trieste had one of the biggest ports during the period of the Habsburg empire.
Commissioned by the Greek merchant Demetrio Carciotti, the palace was designed in the 18th century by Matteo Pertsch
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