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  1. Zvir

    Zvir at Trieste.
  2. Trieste

    Le Rive e l'Acquario (purchased slide)
  3. Trieste

  4. Trieste

    View from Venetian Castle. From my grandmother's journal: In harbor about 8 ships of the 6th U.S. fleet including the carrier Franklin Roosevelt. More higher hills, busy port, 10 or 12 ships waiting berth.
  5. Trieste

    Pier on Sunday - Trieste. Taken from Zvir.
  6. Zvir - docking

    Per slide: Pilot and Dr. - Trieste
  7. Trieste

  8. Trieste

    Per slide: Harbor - Italian Cruise ship - Trieste. Taken from Zvir.
  9. Trieste

  10. Trieste

    Austrian Pass/cargo ship TRIESTE, imo 5607940/ 65m/ 896gt/ 13kn/___pax; 18/02/1909 completed by Cantieri Navale Triestino, Monfalcone, Trieste, Austria, for SA Austriaca di Navigazione a Vap Dalmatia, Trieste, Austria; 1920 TRIESTE, SA di Navigazione Dalmatia, Trieste, Italia; 1923 KOSOVO, Jadranska
  11. Trieste

    The port of Trieste at the beginning of the 20th century. The yacht-alike vessel in the foreground is an Austrian one, judging by the flag. It's similar to the vessels that were used later by the Austrian Navy in World War I as auxiliary submarine hunters in the Strait of Otranto.
  12. Costa Favolosa, Trieste, July 2011

    At 115,000 tons,the Costa Favolosa is at present Italy's biggest cruise liner and one of the largest ships in the Italian merchant marine. She was launched earlier in the summer of this year at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera, Venice, and came to Trieste on 1st July for the naming ceremony. On
  13. Trieste Harbour 1945

    MMS185 Entering Trieste Harbour Sept 1945. Commanding Officer Basil Wilfred Lewis.

    Silver Whisper in Trieste 2 Oct 2009
  15. Trieste

    Old post card,Trieste app 1931.
  16. Trieste

    Trieste, dated 1940 with a flotilla of Italian destroyers.
  17. Trieste

    The picture was labeled Genoa, but two Italian members have refused to accept this, and on their advice the port's name is changed to Trieste. Lloyd Triestino's Africa and two sailers I believe to be Trabacoli. (Trabacolo plural = oli, si?). The Trabacolo had two masts with lugsails on both and bel

    A magnificent shot of the Nipponica in the Port of Trieste,on the left the Lloyd Triestino's Palace.
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