Chiesa Santa Maria Assunta, Muggia

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  • I suggest a visit to Muggia to everyone you visiting Trieste, find themselves a half day available. One of the ways you can do it by ship, a half hour by boat in the Gulf of Trieste and costs 4.25 euros. Muggia is delicious. This time we had the opportunity to get to Muggia and visiting this Ancient Romanesque church and the excavations of the medieval city. The Church is frescoed, and has a very impressive carved stone pulpit. The Church is always open, and can be reached, albeit with some difficulty to find the road, by car or bus. Located on a ridge, with dual view: Gulf of Trieste and the Slovenian Valley. It would be worth going there just for the view.
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  • Isolated and lonely on the Hill of Muggia vecchia abandoned by the inhabitants at the end of 400 preferring the settlement on the coast. The Interior houses a cycle of frescoes dating back to the XII-XIII century. Very nice the circular stone pulpit, rare in these places. You can finally take a stroll through the beautiful park surrounding the basilica and admire the views and the remains of the ancient settlement.
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  • a small church on the highest point of muggia, a lovely place with stunning views, and where this small church offers a glimpse of what they were capable of doing in the middle ages, particularly the pulpit carved from a single block of marble; really awesome.
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