Eastern Greek Community Museum
Located next to the Greek Orthodox Church of San Nicolò, one of Trieste's most popular tourist destinations.
Also of interest, the liturgical silver, religious furniture and especially the golden wood Epitaph, which dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, a symbolic reproduction of the tomb of Christ, used during the celebrations of the Orthodox Holy Week.
The portrait gallery of the presidents of the Eastern Greek Community in Trieste, the work of Greek and local artists, has both a historical and artistic value. Finally, a showcase is dedicated to memorabilia and to the community school, an institution that gave a strong contribution to keeping Greek language and culture alive in Trieste.