Large area in the outskirts of Trieste in which there are several buildings belonging to the former Monte Cimone Barracks, and agricultural land. The complex consists of 28 main buildings and their areas of pertinence, spread over an area of more than 17 hectares.
Some particles are affected by the passage of underground power lines and by the presence of an electrical booth and a meter box, regulated by lease contracts
The estate, owned by the Burgstaller/Bidischini family from the early 19th century to the 1930s, was later used as a military headquarters until the 1990s. The former Monte Cimone barracks dates back to the 1930s and is made up of buildings with architectural and typological-constructive characteristics of cultural interest. This is a vast area in the outskirts of Trieste, from the village of Banne to Conconello, including Mount Belvedere, on which there are several buildings belonging to the former Barracks Monte Cimone, and agricultural land. The complex has 28 main buildings, 5 of which have been declared of cultural interest, as well as a number of accessory buildings of limited consistency with the relative areas of pertinence, which extend over an area of more than 17 hectares. Inside the estate, the former Monte Cimone Barracks are set in a wooded context and, at present, more than half of the area is unbuilt and occupied by greenery that has developed over the years
The former military complex is located in the historic village of Banne on the Karst plateau in a hilly area to the north-east of the centre of Trieste, an area of environmental value not far from the border with Slovenia that enjoys a panoramic view of the entire gulf. The complex is about 6 km from the historic centre of Trieste. It is located in a predominantly agricultural area, but well connected with provincial roads that connect the capital with nearby Slovenia, the Fernetti-Sesana pass, where there is an interport, an infrastructure dedicated to intermodal logistics. It is a strategic connection hub for freight traffic between the markets of Central-Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean basin. About 4 km from the compendium is the AREA Science Park, a national public research body that develops innovation methodologies and manages the multi-sector Science and Technology Park of Trieste.