St. Justus Cathedral is located on a hillside in the city of Trieste. The church was built around the 12th century. There are two independent chapels inside the cathedral. The interior decoration of the church is very simple, the light is also very dim, and the walls There are several exquisitely crafted oil lamps on it, making the whole space quiet and sacred.
The church with a history of more than 600 years has different colors on the exposed bricks of the outer wall, which is very historical!
The Colle di san giusto (Colle di san giusto) on the top of the hill is a good position overlooking the city. The ancient buildings, the quiet and gentle choir and the bright Mediterranean sun all show us the scenery of this city. Sitting in a coffee shop by the canal and closing a cup of authentic illy, the touch of your taste buds will make you have a long aftertaste. The coffee here is directly filled with an ice cream ball, and a sip feels rich and mellow.
The majestic St. Justus Cathedral has many people coming to worship
Sacred church I have been to churches in different countries, but the one that impressed me most is St. Justus Cathedral. Although it looks very simple, it seems so sacred. You can see it here. The whole city, located in [Templars III, 34121, Trieste Italy] ▉Transportation: From the central railway station, take bus 24 to the terminal station▉Fare: Free▉Opening time: 8 in the morning From 1 to 5 pm, the building looks very old. The exterior wall tiles vary in color. After going through the vicissitudes of life, I walked inside. There are two other small churches. The light inside is very dark, only a few oil lamps are lit. , I also found the quiet and mystery of this church. If you have the opportunity here, you can join the choir and sing the sacred hymn. When I went there, the sun was very good, and you can see the city here. On the most tender side, I think it’s great! This church has a mysterious power that can make people's hearts settle down. Here I not only feel the solemnity of the church, but also the characteristic culture of this city. I will come to see it next time I have the opportunity!