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written by Bridget Brackett

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For this reason we find many churches of different religious worship, the more interesting of which are certainly the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Spyridon and the greek Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas. St. Spyridon is also known under the name of Church of the Schiavoni, and it has a Greek cross plan surmounted by five domes of blue colour.

No doubt it is also interesting to visit San Nicolo ', although it is drinking a coffee in one of the historical Trieste’s cafès the greatest appeal experience that I recommend.

I stayed in Trieste just a little more than a day, but the atmosphere in the historic cafes of the city is really intense: the more important historical cafè of Trieste is probably the Caffè San Marco, famous for being frequented by students and intellectuals of the city and inaugurated in 1914. Svevo.

Saba and Joyce used all to attend the Café San Marco over the years. Other famous cafes of Trieste are Cafè Tommaseo course opened in 1830, and the Cafe of Mirrors, both italian historical public exercises.

  • Tempio serbo-ortodosso della Santissima Trinità e di San Spiridione
    Tempio serbo-ortodosso della Santissima Trinità e di San Spiridione
  • Caffè San Marco
    Caffè San Marco
  • Interno del Tempio
    Interno del Tempio
  • La facciata principale sulla via San Spiridione
    La facciata principale sulla via San Spiridione


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