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Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Trieste was an important seat of the Austrian Hungarian Empire until after the wars of the twentieth century. The architecture shows that it has been a seat of power going back to the Romans.
The central plaza, named for the independence of Italy, has the town hall above and also "palaces" of shipping insurance companies, below.
Alan Bayersdorfer and Cyane Gresham
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