Nationalni Park Plitvice Lakes

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Art & Culture TRIESTE     Code trips: 2022/107 - individual tours

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Art & Culture TRIESTE     Code trips: 2022/107 - individual tours


Trieste is the capital of the far northeastern region of Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia.Trst is the capital of the distant northeastern region of Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia. For a long time, this main port was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and although the city is now part of Italy, it maintains a non-quite-Italian feeling. For a long time this main port was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and although the city is now part of Italy, there is no very Italian sense Piazza dell'Unità is a large and elegant outdoor area opposite the waterfront, with some impressive buildings, a curious fountain and several cafes. Italy is a large and elegant open space across the river, with some impressive buildings, a curious fountain and several cafes. In the way, the old gatekeeper is quite quiet, offering interesting walks along the sea and going out to a wide promenade. The old moles are quite quiet, offer interesting sights along the sea and exit to the harbor. It is worth to look at some of the old naval facilities whose once impressive architecture was unanswered and lost. It is worth to look at some of the old naval facilities whose once impressive architecture was unanswered and lost. Not far from the walls of the castle lies the ancient San Giusto cathedral. "At the top of the hill you come to the fortress of Castello di San Giusto, in the cathedral there are remnants of San Giusto (St. Justus or Simply) and a beautiful building that connects two different churches in the 14th century.