We have visited Trieste in the past and no trip to the city is complete if you do not take the stroll along the 250 metre Mole that stretches into the sea. On a lovely sunny day a two way trip therefore covers just under a third of a mile and the greatest treat is reaching the end and turning to see the City spread out before you. Interestingly the second part of the name was added to commemorate the Italian Navy ship The Audace which was the first navy vessel to dock after the First World War. There is a bollard commemorating this at the end of the structure.
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