How many are the dimensions of Heimweh? A beautiful German word meaning nostalgia di casa…

It is strange. There are several places which pile up in my “feeling like home” catalogue. I feel at home in Rome. In Paris. In London – and now a bit also in Leeds. In Berlin. In Dusseldorf. Maybe if I try hard, even in my birthplace Turin. But there’s nowhere like Trieste.

(Thanks Cristina for the fabulous photo, you knew I needed it!)

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