Province of Trieste, Friuli‑Venezia Giulia
The Province of Trieste occupies a very narrow strip of land 30 km long, comprised between the Adriatic and the Carso plateau, bordering Slovenia to the east.
- Area: 212 km²
- Population: about 240,000 inhabitants
- Zip/postal codes: 34121-34151, 34010-34018
- Phone Area Codes: 040
- Car Plate: TS
- Communes: 6 communes
- Official website: www.provincia.trieste.it.
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The Free Territory of Trieste was established as a free state on September 15, 1947 then in 1954 Italy and Yugoslavia agreed that the territory de facto was divided between the two states: Zone A of the free state became the Province of Trieste and Zone B was to be administered by Yugoslavia. The Province of Trieste formally became a part of Italy on October 11, 1977 by the Treaty of Osimo.
The Comuni in the Province
Duino Aurisina | Monrupino | Muggia | San Dorligo della Valle | Sgonico | Trieste