International Travel: Trieste, Italy – Multicultural Dining and a Grand Sea-Front Hotel

The borders and rulers of Italy have always been fluid, at least until the twentieth century, and there are are parts of the country that bear clear – and, for a food-lover, tasteable – signs of this. Sicily is a striking example, with its cultural strata of ancient Greek, Arab, Norman, Spanish and French dominance. Another is Trieste, on the Adriatic Sea in the Friuli-Venezia-Giulia region adjacent to Slovenia. For us as tourists, one difference is that Sicily’s travails took place in the relatively distant past, while the political status of Trieste and its region wasn’t entirely settled until read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com

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