Trieste stands at head of ‘Gulf of Trieste’ on Adriatic Sea. All through its history, Trieste has been quite influential in terms of its ‘geographic position’ at crossroads pertaining to Latin, Germanic, and ‘Slavic’ culture. It’s capital of autonomous area ‘Friuli-Venezia Giulia’ as well as ‘Trieste Province’.
From the year 1382, Trieste went on to flourish as a portion of Austria. In the year 1918, it became one amongst some seaports within the region called ‘Great Powers’ of Europe. However, after the First World War, its cultural and economic importance started declining.
Local transport has been operated by ‘Trieste Trasporti’ that goes on to operate a network consisting of sixty bus routes; apart from 2 boat services.
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