佟贝勒爷I talked to you about a few small Italian cities, and I continue today. Trieste is the largest free port city in Italy on the northeast coast of the Adriatic Sea, on the northwest side of the Easterra Peninsula, and on the top of Trieste Bay. After World War II, it was under the jurisdiction of Yugoslavia and returned to Italy after 1954. Today I'm taking you to the Italian Unity Square, the main square in Trieste and the largest seafront square in Europe. Surrounded by the historic buildings of the Beige, on three sides, the bay, which looks like a very atmospheric place, at the foot of the San Giusto, facing the Adriatic Sea, which was the main port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was at the time a thriving harbour city and a center of music and literature. But then it became a bit of a depression after the annexation of Italy. Italy has two unifying squares, which are the first and largest, so you usually ask the Italians where your unifying square is? They will tell you in Trieste. Another I've been to in Florence, which is certainly half smaller. The square was built around the 19th century, with government offices like town halls, district administration buildings, and a better view of the sea, with bronze statues of flag-waving people on the shore called the Liberation Monument. The most important is the cruise home port, which can hold tens of thousands of tons of large cruise ships, I came to Trieste this time at the invitation of Italy's largest cruise company, Venice, because in two days is the picture of the Venice's new ship. I look forward to it!
佟贝勒爷I took you to Bari a few days ago, and today we continue the 🇮🇹 niche city tour of Italy - Trieste, the famous harbor city of northeast Italy. Today, the most famous attraction in the city is the castle Miramare, which is of great value to Italy! She was built for the Austro-Hungarian Grand Duke Massimilano I and his wife from 1856 to 1860 on the Adriatic Sea, near Trieste Bay. Designed by Carl Junker, the castle looks like it was directly above the waves. The castle is surrounded by a 22-hectare garden known for its variety of tropical trees and flowers, quiet and elegant, comfortable and elegant, and I went on this trip in mid-March, when the oceans warm the flowers have been competing to open and refreshing. The white Miramare Castle is a beautiful place to view the mountains and seas and listen to the sea breeze. It is said that no room in the many rooms of the castle can not see the sea, so the castle has the reputation of "water-friendly mansion". Walking into the castle, I visited the master's house and guesthouse of Massimiliano I, and the wall hung pictures of him crowned with the Mexican Lord. All the rooms in the present Milamare castle are still decorated and decorated in the same year, and the style of rationalism is used, and the history of decorations and furniture dates back to the middle of the 19 century. Visiting the castle requires an appointment in advance, go at the appointed time, and the appointment form will be handed to the staff inside the main gate to enter. Photos are allowed but no video is allowed. Visit in the order of the sign placed inside, not to go anywhere.
一米qSt. Justus Cathedral is located on a hillside in the city of Trieste. The church was built around the 12th century. There are two independent chapels inside the cathedral. The interior decoration of the church is very simple, the light is also very dim, and the walls There are several exquisitely crafted oil lamps on it, making the whole space quiet and sacred.
星星的旅行记Attractions: Lake Fusine / Fusine in Valromana Address: Lake Fusine, Udine 33018, how to arrive in Italy: 1. Self-driving approximate 2.4h2 from Venice, Italy. Self-driving approximate 4.2h3 from Vienna, Austria. From Lubjalna in Slovenia, about 1.7h [About Lake Fusine]: Lake Fusine is located in northeast Italy, the junction of Italy with Austria and Slovenia, in the western part of the Alps. The small village, called Valromana, is surrounded by forests, valleys and lakes of all sizes, so it is a popular destination for mountaineers and hikers, while Lake Fusine is best known for its vast area and its beautiful surroundings. We drove from Slovenia to Gora Paradise near Lubjalna, headed west, and didn't expect to enter Italy for about an hour. Slowly seeing the lake in the lake area, after a few minutes, Fusine Lake appeared like a wonderland suddenly in front of us, getting closer and closer, I can't believe what I saw before... The lake is clear and transparent, and I can see the stones near the bottom of the lake, the whole lake is surrounded by forests, and I can see it. Behind the lake is the Alps, the snow is still limping. The Fusine Lake is a beautiful fantasy, it is known as a natural park. Although it is a popular place for hikers, the area is as clean as it was washed because of the protection of nature, and it is unexpected that there are only four of us in the whole lake area. Sitting on the lakeside, can hear the birds whispering, and their heartbeat, check, did not expect that this is a few local talents know the natural paradise. A little joy! The temperature is also very comfortable in summer, but only 20 degrees, because of the forest. Since the lake area connects Slovenia's Gora natural paradise, this is a must-see for hiking, close contact with nature and a real natural paradise, not to be missed. Tips: Recommend driving from Lubjalna, Slovenia, via the Gora district, parking at the hotel parking lot in this district, then hiking to Lake Fusine. Sportswear, especially shoes, is everywhere with forest grass, anti-slip is very important. Recommend at least 2 people to travel with.
This national park takes its name from the towering Mount Leuser with a height of 3404 meters above sea level in Aceh. This national park includes native ecosystems from the coast to high mountains covered by dense forests typical of tropical rain. It is managed with a zoning system that is used for research, scientific, educational purposes, to support cultivation, tourism, and recreation.
Nestled in the Val Colvera in the foothills of the Carnian Alps lies a charming little hamlet called Poffabro. A hamlet this small with its population of just 181 wouldn’t normally register on most visitors to the Friuli Venezia Giulia‘s itinerary, but for one month each Christmas seasons people come from far and wide.
Poffabro Italy You see, Christmas in Italy is still very much a religious celebration about the birth of Christ. You won’t find huge Christmas light displays and department store windows dressed up with dazzling winter scenes, but you will find Nativity scenes (presepe in Italian) all over Italy. Poffabro started a tradition in 1997 with residents of the hamlet displaying Nativity scenes in the windows of their houses.
Year after year, more and more of the residents would participate. Now more than 100 different Nativity scenes are displayed all around the Medieval hamlet. Some are tucked away in the residents’ windows, others displayed in front of buildings. You’ll find everything from the traditional to nativity scenes made from pasta or wine demijohns.
Stop by the Poffabro Tourist Information Office (amazingly there is one and the kind woman working on the day we stopped in did speak English) to see the very first Nativity that was displayed. There’s also a small museum you can visit.
There isn’t much else to see or do besides stroll around the village, but Poffabro is among the most beautiful villages of Italy as listed by Council for Tourism of the National Association of Italian Communes (ANCI). There are a few little local artisans that sell their wood crafts and Poffabro is also well known for the velvet slippers handmade by local craftsman. You can also stop in to the restaurant and try the local specialties like Frico, a cheese in brine that is fried in a pan, or the cured meats.
Cascata di Croses is a waterfall near Zomeais-Tarcento (north of Udine) in the region Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy.
From Tarcento drive north over road SR646 to Zomeais. In Zomeais you have to get to west side of the river and there turn right (Via Zimor). Park the car where it is possible. From here walk north over the road until it ends. Here begins a trail which lead to Cascata di Croses (5-10 minutes).
Cascata di Croses is an unnatural waterfall in the river Torre. At the waterfall there is a manmade dam where the river Torre drops down over 15 meter. At the base of the base of the waterfall Cascata di Croses looks quite natural and is a perfect spot for a swim in the river.
The waterfall is regulated so I really don’t know when the best time is to visit.
Trieste is often forgotten as tourists head off to the big Italian cities like Rome and Milan and it is a very charming and underestimated city. Well worth a visit.
These pictures taken from my Marvellous Suite at W KUALA LUMPUR. Whenever stay here, do ask corner room facing twin towers. Corner room offers better view than Suite room. Be sure you get the right corner ya otherwise other corner room facing graveyard. This is the time to stay as the rate going down due to Covid-19 and they can only count on local guests as boarder is closed.
The most beautiful accident Trieste
Trieste in the northwest corner of Italy is an unexpected attraction outside the itinerary. Bordering Slovenia, it is estimated that 99% of tourists to Italy will not go to this forgotten corner. Affected by the cultural traffic of many countries, it has long been a different temperament and style.
Because I set the train to Venice at 1 o'clock, the hotel Goopti arrived at 8 o'clock in the morning and arrived at Triste at 9 o'clock. So we simply put our luggage at the train station and use two or three trains. Just a few hours to visit this small town on the border of Italy.
Realization did not do the Raiders at all, just listening to the netizens saying that it is a place worth walking. Unfortunately, it is also a rainy day, even the dogs are falling into the soup.
The remains of the kingdoms of seven different cities in Italy joined the World Heritage List, which is the royal and religious sites of the Kingdom of Lombardy (568-774 AD). The
Lombardy Kingdom is a feudal kingdom founded by Lombards in northern Italy. The territory generally includes Lombardy, Venecia, Liguria and most of Tuscany in Italy. The Lombard was a member of the Germanic nation. In 568, it entered Italy under the Byzantine Empire and built the capital in Pavia, and later reached Central Italy. In the year 600 or so, under the guidance of Pope Gregory, Christianity was gradually established and a Lombard culture was gradually formed in Italy. It was not until 774 AD that Charlie the Great conquered Lombard and merged it into the Frankish kingdom before dying.
Cividale Del Friuli
They seem to be two beautiful pearls, set on the top of the map of northeastern Italy, each showing its brilliance and giving off a different texture.
Love them, not just because they are world heritage. Cividale is the kind of exquisite small city that belongs to the first beauty. Aquila exudes the gorgeous atmosphere of the ancient times, and the scale is not big. It can always be a leisurely stroll, which is always a plus factor.