You must see this. It's free entry and is so old and beautiful it is well worth stepping out of the sun for 15 minutes to look round. Very peaceful.
Being in Grado should not only mean sun,clean beach and sea and fish restaurants, but to deal a little with the history of the place-very interesting as you could seein in wiki:Grado in the past was important (harbour) and a patriarchat."The patriarchate came into being when the schismatic Patriarch of Aquileia, Paulinus (557-569), moved to Grado in the mid 6th... More
On 1 June the Linea Marittima Ferry to the Island of Grado opened for the summer season. It takes an hour from the Audace Mole which is located at the sea ward side of Trieste's grand Piazza Unita d'Italia for a return cost of ten euros. There are good views back to Trieste and the Slovakian coast and a toilet... More
Basilica di Sant'Eufemia is fine art and architecture religious monument containing centuries passed away.
Grado is a beautiful part of northern italy that should not be missed. Great beaches, golf clubs, marina, restaurant and ancient city. Basilica di Sant'Eufemia is a beautiful example of mosaic and art, the Baptistry dates back to late 5th century and the bell tower the 15th century. I really enjoyed the natural beauty of this place and highly recommend... More
One of the biggest examples of early mosaics. Quite interesting is the Christ was symbolised by a cook which was fighting with a turtle.
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