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  • Castelliere di Monrupino

    Probably built upon the ruins of a prehistoric settlement, the fortified village of Monrupino has been inhabited to this day. Also known as Repentabor (Slovenian for fort ) the village is strategically...

  • Castello di Duino

    The new castle of Duino, with its memories of German poet R. M. Rilke, who wrote his Duino Elegies there, was first documented in 1363, when two fortresses were mentioned: the old or lower and the new...

  • Castello di Miramare

    More than a traditional fortress, Miramar Castle near Triest is a typical example of a 19th century palatial residence, built in the eclectic style that was fashionable at that time. Constructed in 1858-1860...

  • Castello di Moccò (San Dorligo della Valle)

    Located in pictoresque Val Rosandra, Moccò Castle was built in a very favourable position on top of a steep hill overlooking the valley, for many centuries defending Triest along the Istria border....

  • Castello di Muggia

    All that has survived of the Medieval fortified settlement of Muggia Vecchia, dating back to Roman times (it lay along the Via Flavia that went from Tergeste, now Trieste, to Pula in Dalmatia), are sections...

  • Castello di San Giusto (Trieste)

    The hill was originally occupied by a fortified prehistoric village, which later became an important Roman settlement; its ruins can still be visited today. The castle, built by the Venetians during the...