Posts Tagged ‘Trieste’

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Italian jellyfish- Italy from the Inside

Italian jellyfish- Italy from the Inside

I’ve always been fascinated by jellyfish. I saw this one a winter day while I was walking by Piazza Unità (the largest European square overlooking the sea). Needless to say that, as much as I love jellyfish, if I ever see 10 pounds of jelly near me while I swim, you’re going to hear my scream miles away…

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Olives from Sicily- Italy from the Inside

Olives from Sicily- Italy from the Inside

Five years ago I blogged about the fair of San Nicolò, which, for the city of Trieste, is a recurring tradition that happens every year during the first week of December. Here you can find every kind of goodies, such as these beautiful olives coming straight from Sicily.

 

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Città Vecchia, Trieste- Italy from the Inside

Città Vecchia, Trieste- Italy from the Inside

A calle is a narrow street, which, many of you know, is one of the main characteristic of Venice. However, there is an area in Trieste, called città vecchia (old city), that looks like an intricate maze of small calli, where it is a pleasure to stroll and take pictures.