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Piazza dell'Unita d'Italia, Trieste
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Experience Europe's largest seaside plaza at Piazza dell'Unita d'Italia. Historically one of the main trade ports of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, the plaza's buildings feature Viennese-Neoclassical architecture. The Fountain of the Four Continents fronts the historic city hall building. Look up to see the white stone mosaics on the balcony of the Palazzo del Governo. Stop for a rest and enjoy views of the Adriatic Sea. Put Piazza dell'Unita d'Italia into our Trieste vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Trieste.
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periodo di barcolana; tanti gazebo e profumi vari di cibo (fritti, canditi, panini vari) con poco vento e cielo tersoperiod of barcolana; tented and mixed scents of food (fried, candied fruit, various sandwiches) with light winds and clear skiesshow original
Austera e bella la porta dell'Italia verso Oriente. Ancor di più se osservata dal molo portuale che è difronte!Austere and beautiful port of Italy to the East. Even more so when viewed from the Jetty port is in front!show original
Difficile dire qualcosa in più di quanti avranno già commentato il fascino di questo che è uno dei luoghi più amati dai triestini e lungo sarebbe elencare le vicissitudini della piazza, del monumento ... read more »Hard to say something more than those who have already commented on this that is one of the most loved by locals and long would list the vicissitudes of the square, the monument of the four Continents, Mori de Tinza and Marianza hours, and nicknames that the caustic, satirical vein with the alabardati Trieste that sets them apart, they attributed to these in their vernacular. Along with Piazza, perhaps after a stop at Caffè degli Specchi or daring, you shall go to the pier in front of the square and the sea, which is called Bold named after the first ship that docked in Trieste after the victory in the first world war, just bold. The name was previously San Carlo Pier by the name of the wreck of the sunken ship in 1740 and whose wreck, not removed, closed in practice the area occupied today by the piazza, the mandracchio (inner harbour) in Trieste. Just to entice you to a visit with the illusion that you have added something not yet mentioned by others ...show original
Why Trieste is such a magical place? This square in particular. It's full of ancient buildings, fountains and life. Add a sea in front of it. Perfect for any occasion or mood ever.
This square is extremely elegant and it faces the sea. I suggest to go there at sunset and have a drink in any of the bars all around
Beautiful piazza full of life and history. I would call that the main attraction in trieste's city centre.
Jacopo De Santa
One of the most beautiful city's squares of the whole world...amazing!
Must be the second-largest square I've seen Italy. The lighting design during the night is amazing.
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