Parco della Rimembranza e Colle di San Giusto, Trieste

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  • This is a small park with an eclectic grouping of Roman ruins and some more modern statues to fallen soldiers. It's easily combined with a visit to the castello and the nearby church of San Giusto.  more »
  • we found this by pure chance as we were walking around looking at the shops. It is quite imposing standing at the top of a very steep set of steps, that go over one of the most ornate road bridges I h...  more »
  • We saw this by chance from the bottom of the road by McDonalds. It sits above the most elaborate road bridge I've seen and we walked up the steep steps and headed toward the fountain at the top. The p...  more »
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  • The view down to Trieste is pritty goot.
  • Good place for running.
  • Beautiful park, green and scenic. Offers a great view of Trieste and the views of the castle of San Giusto. Very well maintained and clean, like the rest of the city. You can go directly to the city centre by the monumental Staircase of the Giants.
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  • It's a very impressive: it is a nice Park where each stone carries a name of a person killed during the war, also enjoys a beautiful view over the city. The municipality would invest more and treat him more.
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  • It's a place of remembrance of war dead remember on Karst stones would be in need of maintenance continued to recall who in different ways and times is passed away life for ideals of homeland for different reasons go there
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