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“IT: Antica residenza degli Asburgo risalente a metà dell'Ottocento. Situata in una posizione mozzafiato a picco sul mare, circondata da un rigoglioso parco botanico. EN: Old Habsburg residence dating back to the mid-nineteenth century. Located in a breathtaking position overlooking the sea, surrounded by a lush botanical park. DE: Alter habsburgischer Wohnsitz aus der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. In atemberaubender Lage mit Blick auf das Meer, umgeben von einem üppigen botanischen Park.”
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“The Revoltella Museum is an important modern art gallery that originated from an institution founded in 1872 by Baron Pasquale Revoltella (1795 – 1869). Revoltella bequeathed his palace and his art collection to the city of Trieste; but in addition to the building and the objects contained within he also bestowed a conspicuous revenue to the museum. This allowed for the continuous increase of patrimony and accumulation, in a remarkably short time, of a considerable art collection. ”
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“Zweitschonster platz ueber das Meer in Europa, hat eine fantastissche Aussicht ueber den Gulf und den Karst.”
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“Italo Svevo & James Joyce (who were friends - Joyce encouraged Italo Svevo in his writing, read his writing & put him in contact with a French editor) wrote and sat at Antico Caffé San Marco. ”
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“typische Triestiner Küche.(mittel europaeische) auf Basis von Würstchen, Cragno alle gekochtes Schweinefleisch Teile (zunge, õhren, etc.), Sauerkraut, Knöchel, Wurst, roh Schinken, usw. und Bier vom Fass.”
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“Opened before WWII, the family-run Siora Rosa is one Trieste's best-loved traditional buffets (bar-restaurants). Sit outside or in the wonderfully retro interior and tuck into boiled pork, sauerkraut and other Germanic and Hungarian offerings, or opt for something fishy like baccalà (salted cod) with polenta.”
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“ Piazza Unità d'Italia (English: Unity of Italy Square) is the main square in Trieste, a seaport city in northeast Italy. Located at the foot of the hill with the castle of San Giusto, the square faces the Adriatic Sea. It is often said to be Europe's largest square located next to the sea. The square was built during the period when Trieste was the most important seaport of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire and includes the city's municipal buildings and other important palaces.”
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“Huge underground cave with stalactites and stalagmites, tourist center and guided tours.”
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Nature Preserve
“Fuer alle geeignet: Relax entlang des Flusses in der Natur, Mountainbiking, Downhill, Baden an der Quelle (sehr kalt) oder entlang des Flusses, Wanderungen und Pic-Nics”
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“http://www.castellodisangiustotrieste.it/ Sulla sommità del colle che domina Trieste si erge il Castello, che della città può essere considerato il simbolo. La storia di questo sito è lunga quanto quella della città: infatti dalla fine dell’età del Bronzo fino a tutta l’età del Ferro (1000 a. C.) un castelliere, l’abitato fortificato tipico della preistoria dell’arco altoadriatico, occupava la cima di questo colle, che è il più alto sulla riva del mare, strategicamente fondamentale per un controllo totale del territorio circostante. Da questo castelliere, nel corso della prima metà del primo millennio a. C., si sviluppa un centro abitato, il cui nome – Tergeste – è composto da Terg, radice indoeuropea che significa “mercato”, e dal suffisso veneto este, cioè “città”. Nella prima metà del II secolo a.C. i Romani si impadroniscono della città e collocano il centro del loro accampamento sulla cima del colle, fondando attorno la colonia militare, nello spicchio di terra che dal colle digrada verso il mare. Con il tempo in questa zona sorgono gli edifici più importanti della città romana: il tempio dedicato alla triade capitolina (da questo il colle si chiamerà infatti “Capitolino”), con i monumentali Propilei (metà del I sec. d.C.) i cui resti sono visibili sotto il campanile della cattedrale di San Giusto; la Basilica Civile, databile al 133 d.C., enorme, bi-absidata, sede del consiglio del municipium, tribunale e luogo di riunione e, accanto ad essa, la piazza del foro. I resti della basilica e la platea del Foro sono stati rimessi in luce in seguito a scavi negli anni ’30 e possono essere ammirati tuttora ai piedi del Castello. On the top of hill overlooking Trieste stands the castle, which the city can be considered the symbol. The history of this site is as long as that of the city: in fact, from the bronze age until all the Iron Age (1000 to. C.) a castle, the typical fortified village of prehistoric arch altoadriatico, He occupied the top of this hill, which is the highest on the seashore, strategically crucial to a total control of the surrounding territory. From this castelliere, during the first half of the first millennium. C., develops a town, whose name - Tergeste - consists Terg, Indo-European root meaning "market", and the Veneto suffix Este, meaning "city." In the first half of the second century BC the Romans take over the city and place the center of their camp on top of the hill, and founded around the military camp, the sliver of land that slopes down the hill towards the sea. With the weather in this area are located the most important buildings of the Roman city: the temple dedicated to the Capitoline Triad (this is in fact the hill called "Capitol"), with the monumental Propylaea (half of the first century AD.), Whose remains are visible beneath the bell tower of the cathedral of San Giusto; the Civil Basilica, dating back to 133 A.D., huge, two-apse, headquarters of the Council of the municipium, court and place of the meeting and, next to it, the square hole. The remains of the basilica and the audience of the Forum have been brought to light as a result of excavations in the 30s and can still be seen at the foot of the Castle.”
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“Seit der Vorgeschichte stand auf dem Hügel San Giusto ein Castelliere, das in der Römerzeit zu einem wichtigen städtischen Zentrum wurde. Die Burg, die im Mittelalter von den Venezianern erbaut worden war, wurde im 14. Jahrhundert auf Veranlassung des Patriarchen von Aquileia abgerissen und erst 1470 wurde sie von Friedrich II. von Habsburg wiederaufgebaut. Aus letzterer Zeit stammen der quadratische Turm und das Gebäude mit zwei Stockwerken, heute Sitz des Museo Civico (Städtisches Museum).”
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“Ein weiteres Zentrum von Triestiner "Movida". Es ist voll von Orten, wo man Weinprobe genießen kann mit ein paar Snacks...”
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“A pedestrian street full of bar, pub, theatre, international restaurant, and on wednesday is university night!”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“... bei Sonnenuntergang, an einem schönen Tag, auf den Pier, vielleicht mit einer leichten Brise ....”
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“This veritable hall of mirrors (specchi) first opened its doors back in 1839 and has more recently been taken over by the chocolatiering Faggiotto from Pordenone (although the matriarch is a local; in fact, she was Miss Trieste 1982). This is the ultimate Piazza Unità front-row seat, whatever the weather, and the coffee has returned to its once former glory.”
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“Lipica horses are world known white horses. In Lipica the horses school and stalls are really worth to visit, there are guided tours inside the park and building komplex.”
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