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Muggia is a small Italian "comune" in the extreme south-east of Trieste on lying on the border with Slovenia. Muggia is the last and only flap of Istria still in Italian territory, after the Tito diktat in 1945. Its territory, limited on the sea-side by an over 7 km long shoreline featuring a coast road of exceptional beauty and on the border side by a hill system Monti di Muggia, including Mt. Castellier, Mt. S. Michele, Mt. Zuc and Monte d'Oro, that dominate over a vast landscape of Italian and Istrian coast, is characterized by a rich sub-continental vegetation of both Carsic and Istrian type. History: Muggia originated as a prehistoric fortified village ("castelliere"), around 8th-7th century BC. The territory was conquered in 178-177 BC by the Romans, who created here a settlement ("Castrum Muglae"). After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Muggia was under Ostrogoth, Lombard, Avar and Frank dominations, until, in 931, king Hugh of Italy donated it to the Patriarch of ... Read more about Muggia on Wikipedia

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