1954: Biagio Marin

After the Second World War, Trieste and its province are under Allied control. Part of the Generali headquarters building is requisitioned by the British command; in its library works Biagio Marin, the minstrel of Grado, the golden island. He writes of the day and night, of the sea, of love and death. In 1954, Trieste becomes Italian again and the people pour out to celebrate in Piazza Unità d’Italia, under a Company site, Palazzo Stratti.