3yU Route 75.
the Pilgrimage Church, which contains a picture of the Madonna di
Loreto ascribed by tradition to St. Luke. The pillars are hung with
the votive offerings of rescued mariners. From this point the sea
looks like a large lake, enclosed by the hills on the islands of Veglia
Near the church is the chateau of Tersato, once the seat of the
Frangepani (p. 337), now that of Count Nugent. A small temple
contains a collection of antiquities, the finest of which is a Venus
with beautiful drapery. A column, eagle, and marble table erected
by the Italians in honour of Consul Bonaparte on the battle-field of
Marengo are now preserved here. *View of the Quarnero Bay with
its islands, of Fiume, and the grand ravine of the Fiumara.
Charming excursion to 'Abbazia (p. 198; a drive of I72 hr., 4-5 fl.;
steamer three times daily in 3/i hr., fare 40 kr.). — An afternoon may be
spent on an expedition to Buccari as follows: take the steamer (2.30 p.m.)
to Buccari, walk thence by a picturesque route to the (U/4 hr.) loftily sit¬
uated station (p. 389), and take the train back to (72 hr.) Fiume.
From Fiume to Trieste, see R. 34; to Zara, see R. 50.