Yellow, blue, orange, green… These are the colors that have been used for the newly restored houses in the oldest neighborhoods of Trieste.
Built in the middle of the 19th century in the Neoclassic style and enriched by stuccoes and frescoes, the Brambilla-Morpurgo mansion used to be a private residence. Today it hosts the State Library of Trieste. Studying surrounded by this artwork cannot be more pleasant.
Something that makes Italy very unique is the fact that wherever you go you bump into something artistic. This, for example, is the lobby of the Public Library in Trieste. I walked in front of it so many times and yet I never stopped to admire it. But this time I did. And I’m sharing it with you.
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