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From 1382 to 1918 Trieste belonged to the Habsburg monarchy not to say to Austria-Hungary. It was its most important trading port, one of the bases of k.u.k. Kriegsmarine and seat of the governor of the Austrian coastal country.
Trieste, like Berlin, lies on the fault line between East and West, or in other words between democracy and communism, found itself in a marginal position in the transport sector for decades due to the East-West conflict.

Aquileia - floor mosaic in the cathedral

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Aquileia - floor mosaic in the cathedral

Our project trip should also take us to the ancient Roman city of Aquileia in what is now the province of Udine, where there is a huge excavation site to visit as well as two museums, one of which is on early Christian history.

Palmanova on the Ciclovia Alpe Adria cycle path

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Palmanova on the Ciclovia Alpe Adria cycle path

To further explore the Alpe Adria cycle path and other places worth visiting on the long-distance cycle path, we also wanted to ride the section to Palmanova.

Aquileia - Roman trading town with ancient port

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Aquileia - Roman trading town with ancient port

We first got to know Aquileia in its current size as a small, provincial town far away from the sea and were accordingly amazed when during our tour we learned how important this town was, especially because of its commercial port.

Camper Club Staranzano - alternative to the campsites

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Camper Club Staranzano - alternative to the campsites

Already on the way to Lake Garda we noticed that almost all campsites are closed in Italy in November, mostly immediately after the holidays at the beginning of the month.

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