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!