This building, in the East-West part of the city, was rebuilt after the second world war, and was originally designed by the ... More
This building, in the East-West part of the city, was rebuilt after the second world war, and was originally designed by the architects Beltrami and Tenenti between 1890 and 1892. The only original part still remaining is the Eastern style facade covered with marble and coloured stone. The post-war reconstruction is attributed to the architects D'Urbino and Tedeschi and took place in 1947. It is stylistically a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional plans of Beltrami.
The museum was founded in 1838, in a neo Romanesque style building. Renovated and re opened to the public in
1952, it's located within the public gardens of Corso Venezia. Beginning in 1980, a comprehensive modernization programme was initiated. ...
When the huge fruit and vegetable market between Via Cadore and Corso XXII Marzo was demolished and turned into a
park after WW2, the building known as Palazzina Liberty was left untouched. Designed by Migliorini in 1908 and completed ...
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 ...