Unity Square

Unity Square statues at the base of the large lamp-posts like to dance...


Basilica di Carignano

Looking out above the city with his hand out, the bronze man wants more money...


Trieste Map

The typical marble, crosses on every peak and all of the other things you would expect to see in an Italian church.


Trieste Unity Square

Trieste townhall and administrative buildings, built 1870, updated 1999.......


Townhall Bell Tower

With modern mechanical bell ringing in bronze....


Trieste Yard Sale Statue

At the end of a spring clean-up


Trieste in the Fog

As seen from the walls of San Giusto Castle on Capitoline Hill....


Trieste Wall Street

The old city stock exchange.....

Trieste San SpyridionS

On the outside wall of the Serbian Orthodox church, The Temple of Very Holy Trinity, Saint Spyridion is lavished with gold, since 1868....


San Spyridion

The finest gold and stained glass in town can be found at the San Spyridion in Trieste....


Cattedrale di San Giustoay

A plain brown wrapper cathedral exterior sometimes holds good things inside. Formed in the 14th century of two existing basilicas from the 9th and 11th centuries. The Cathedral of Saint Giusto is loaded with oil paintings, like this one.....


Opicina Tramwayss

Another way to ride up the big hill East of Trieste, since 1902.....


Faro della Vittoria Lighthouses

Victory Lighthouse - only 200 steps to the top...


Window to Parco della Rimembranza ss

Park of Remembrance...


Miramare Castle

Some people don't like this castle because it's relatively new. I like it just for the ceilings alone, the best in Europe! The same stone was used in the construction of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.


Map of Miramare Park

Bring some extra food for the cats...


Miramare Statue

Welcome to the Miramare Park statue garden...


More Miramare Statuess

Another statue in the many statue gardens within Miramare Park.....


Trieste Little Mermaid

Found along the seashore between Trieste and Miramare Park....


PSU Trieste

Just when I thought the new PSU symbol was Irish?