These 100 hectares of woodland are situated at the edge of the city center, behind the Giulia shopping center, and not more ... More
Parco Forneto (Il Boschetto)
These 100 hectares of woodland are situated at the edge of the city center, behind the Giulia shopping center, and not more than ten-minute walk from the chaotic Via Battisti. It was donated to the city in 1944 by the Emperor of Austria, Ferdinand II. It is a small forest containing hills and valleys, and is located between the Chiadino, Rozzol, and Longera districts. The European Union is giving some money towards the improvement of this site, this will include a cycle track, a rest area, spaces for playing sports, and paths for walking and jogging along. It is an ideal place for a picnic, and also has access for the disabled. For information on walks and access to the park, get in touch with the Verde communal offices and the URP who have an information booth on Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia .
It is always nice to come to Trieste, but coming by sea is even better. This is the only tourist
port in the province, where tourists can dock their boats and find themselves directly in the heart of the ...
This synagogue was founded as an Israelite temple on the 27th June 1912. It was built by Ruggero and Arduino
Berlam who were well known architects in Trieste at the time. Today it is recognized as one of the ...
In a city by the sea such as Trieste, there has to be an aquarium. Built in 1933, this sea
museum has recently been restored, but still stands in its original building, which is like a church along the ...
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