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Points Of Interest

Point #1
Piazza unita d' Italia

Piazza Unità d'Italia, 34121 Trieste TS, Italy

  • Distance : 0.74
  • Attraction : The Square United Italia

The main square in Trieste. According to many Europeans, this is the largest square in Europe. The square is only a few steps away from the Adriatic Sea. The square was built when the port of Trieste was the most important in the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Before 1919, the square was called Piazza Grande (large square).

Point #2
Piaza del Ponterosso

Via Gioacchino Rossini, 16, 34132 Trieste TS, Italy

  • Distance : 0.00
  • Attraction : Canal Grande and Fountain Giovanni

Piazza Ponterosso once a market selling vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Today, it is a square where cafes and boutiques are located. Here are three important landmarks: the Grand Canal, the Giovaninni Fountain, and the statue of the Irish writer James Joyce.

Point #3
Piaza del Ponterosso

Via Gioacchino Rossini, 16, 34132 Trieste TS, Italy

  • Distance : 0.29
  • Attraction : The Red Bridge

Ponte Rosso (eng. Red bridge) that is located at the Ponterosso square was wooden and painted red in the past.

Point #4
The Orthodox church

Piazza Sant'Antonio Nuovo, 7a, 34122 Trieste TS, Italy

  • Distance : 1.64
  • Attraction : Saint Spyridon Church

Saint Spyridon Church is a Serbian church. It was established in 1748. The church treasury holds numerous objects, historical documents, icons, and various artworks.

Point #5
San Giusto Castelo

P.za della Cattedrale, 3, 34131 Trieste TS, Italy

  • Distance : 0.00
  • Attraction : San Giusto Castle

In the prehistoric age on the hill of San Giusto there was a fortified borough, which in the Roman time became an important urban centre. The fortress, built by the Venetians in the Middle Ages, was pulled down in the 14th century by will of the Patriarch of Aquileia and, in 1470 only, it was rebuilt by Friedrich II of Habsburg; the square tower and the two-storey building, which today houses the Castle Museum.