- Cathedral of San Giusto The Cathedral of San Giusto stands on the hill of the same name, in the heart of the ancient Roman city of Tergeste. read more >
- Church of Sant’Antonio Nuovo The Church of Sant'Antonio Taumaturgo is located in Borgo Teresiano, at the end of the Grand Canal, and is the largest church in Trieste. read more >
- Sanctuary of Santa Maria Maggiore The Sanctuary of Santa Maria Maggiore rises majestically alongside the small Romanesque church of San Silvestro. read more >
Basilica of San Silvestro
The Basilica of San Silvestro (eleventh/twelfth century) is the oldest church in Trieste. Today it is the centre of the Helvetic and Waldensian Evangelical community.read more >
- Jewish Synagogue The Trieste Synagogue was built in 1908-12 to the plans of Ruggero Berlam, in collaboration with his son Arduino, replacing four earlier smaller synagogues. read more >
- Greek Orthodox Church of San Nicolò Built on the seafront in the first half of the eighteenth century, it was not by chance that the Greek Orthodox church was dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors, ship owners and all those involved in maritime trade, and to the... read more >
- Serbian Orthodox Church of San Spiridione The Church of San Spiridione of the Serbian Orthodox Christian community stands above the filled-in portion of the canal, now Sant'Antonio Square. read more >
- Evangelical Lutheran Church An Evangelical community of the Augustan Confession has existed in Trieste since 1778. read more >
Marian Sanctuary in Monte Grisa
The Marian Sanctuary in Monte Grisa is an immense building that looms above Trieste and its beautiful gulf.
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The Anglican Church in Via San Michele, a fine example of neoclassical architecture, was built after Emperor Francis I of Habsburg issued a special decree in 1821, which allowed British residents in Trieste to form a community.
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