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The great Irish writer, James Joyce (1882), spent a number of years, on and off between 1904 and 1915, as an English teacher in Trieste. The city was then part of Austrian-Hungaryian empire. The statue is located in the exuberant beautiful park of...more
It is appropriate that this statue of James Joyce was placed here. Though an Irishman he spent a great part of his life in Teieste and most of his writings were done here. There are also many cafes bars and restaurants named after him.
Walking over the Ponte Rosso bridge over the Canal Grande we encounter an interesting statue. This beautiful statue is devoted to James Joyce (a famous Irish writer), made by sculptor from Trieste Nino Spagnoli. The statue was placed on the bridge in 2004 to remember...More
This statue is on the place where is Gran Canale di Trieste. Nice statue of James Joyce, he was really in love with this town.
It's in the center of town, so you can easily walk to this place. Recommend.
James Joyce the author, lived here for 12 years, he died in 1941 and the statue on a bridge commemorates his time in the city. A nice statue but just one of many statues of famous people in Trieste.
Part of the walking area around...More
The plaque near the life-size statue of James Joyce on the second bridge over the Grand Canal in Trieste confirms it is him - but why? What is he doing here? There are clues with the nearby James Joyce Hotel and James Joyce Museum -...More
James Joyce wrote most of Dublin's books in Trieste, however his descriptions square measure therefore correct and still true that we are able to browse it with the foremost recent map of the Irish capital in our hands.James worked at Berlitz School of Trieste.The Joyce...More