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Miramare Castle (Italian: Castello di Miramare; German: Schloss Miramar; Slovene: Grad Miramar) is a 19th-century castle on the Gulf of Trieste near Trieste, northeastern Italy. It was built from 1856 to 1860 for Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I and Empress Carlota of Mexico, based on a design by Carl Junker.
The castle's grounds include an extensive cliff and seashore park of 22 hectares (54 acres) designed by the archduke. The grounds were completely re-landscaped to feature numerous tropical species of trees and plants.
Rectangular, square opens from one side of the Gulf of Trieste and is surrounded by palaces and public buildings.
In 1875 the Trieste architect Giuseppe Bruni won the competition to design the new building.
The Town Hall is dominated by the Bell Tower on which are installed two mori, called from Trieste and Micheze friendly Jacheze (from Slovenian Jakec and Mihec), also designed by Brown, who from 1876 mark the passage of time every 15 minutes, as well as the Bell with the halberd town civic.
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Navigable canal which runs through the city centre overlooking the sea from the station.
Many historic buildings that are affaccaiano as well as the bridges that tower over him.
Famous Red Bridge, where is the statue of James Joyce intent on walking. The bridge leads to Piazza Ponte Rosso, adorntata from the fountain with the statue of a Cherub, familiarly called de Giovannin Ponterosso, because the water that the Fed came from the District of Saint John.
The current appearance of the basilica is derived from the unification of the two pre-existing churches of Santa Maria and dedicated to the martyr Saint Justus.
The austere façade is embellished with a huge Karst stone canopy. The Bell Tower is the façade of the Church are generously covered with artifacts from the Roman period, with whom during the enlightenment probably was intended to soften the heaviness of the building.
Grotta Gigante ("Giant Cave", Slovene: Briška jama or Jama pri Briščikih), also known as Riesengrotte or as Grotta di Brisciachi, is a giant cave on the Italian side of the Trieste Karst (Carso), close to the village of Borgo Grotta Gigante or Briščiki in the municipality of Sgonico. Its central cavern is 107 m (351 ft) high, 65 m (213 ft) wide and 130 m (430 ft) long, putting it in the 1995 Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest tourist cave. This record was broken in 2010 when La Verna cave (length 255 meters, width 225 meters, height 195 meters) in the south west of France was open
The Trieste–Opicina tramway (Italian: Tranvia Trieste-Opicina, Slovene: openski tramvaj, Triestine: Tram de Opcina) is an unusual hybrid tramway and funicular railway in the city of Trieste, Italy. It links Piazza Oberdan, on the northern edge of the city centre, with the village of Villa Opicina in the hills above. The tramway was closed for renovation in September 2012. The tram is currently in operation as of July 2014.
For most of the journey, the line operates as a conventional, electrically powered tramway, with a mixture of street running and reserved track. On the steepest section of th