Glimpse of Trieste

by Bernardo Ricci Armani May 17, 2015 1 comment
Glimpse of Trieste

Trieste (Italy). When you say “Canal Grande”, people normally think about the Venetian one (which, by the way, I photographed not too long time ago). But there’s another Canal Grande, the one photographed here, which offers one of the nicest glimpse of Trieste. I like this city, thanks to its position – close to the Austrian and the Slovenian borders – and to its long history, it is able to transmit the feeling of a multicultural, multi-religion and mitteleuropean city. Just to mention an example: during the beginning of the XX century, Trieste was counting a large number of religions, as well as many different languages spoken in its elegant streets.

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