16th to 18th Centuries:
1553 - Giovanni Battista Giustiniano, Itinerario di -
Breve descrizione d'Istria
1734 - (Excerpt) Travels of Three English Gentlemen, from Venice to
Hamburgh, being the grand tour of Germany, in the year 1734, in
The Harleian Mischellany; or, a Collection of scarce, curious,
and entertaining phamphlets and tracts, in manuscript as in print, found
in the late Earl of Oxford's library, interspersed with historical,
political and critican notes. Vol. XI. Printed for Robert Dutton
(London, 1810), p. 218-355 (under construction)
1798 - (Excerpts)
A Geographical and Statistical Account of
the Cisalpine Republic and Maritime Austria. With a Map,
Describing the Partition of the Venetian Territory, and the New Limits
of the Cisalphine Republic. Translated from the German, by W. Oppenheim,
M.D., Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson (London, 1798), pg. 501-520
L. J. Cassas
and J. Lavallée,
et historique de l'Istrie (Paris, 1802), Translation of text to English
(1805) and some of the illustrations.
A tour through some parts of Istria, Carniola,
Styria, Austria, the Tyrol, Italy, and Sicily, in the Spring of 1814. By
a young English merchant. Printed for Gale and Fenner
(London, 1815) - under construction.
1821 - Frederic Shoberl (1775-1853),
Illyria and Dalmatia,
containing a description of the manners, customs, habits, dress, and other
peculiarities characteristic of their inhabitants, and those of the adjacent
countries; illustrated with thirty-two coloured engravings (our presentation has
black and white copies), F. Ackerman (London, 1821) - excerpts.
1840 - Marco de Casotti (Marko Kažotić),
Le coste e isole della Istria e della Dalmazia, Tipografia Battara
(Zara, 1840), p. 5-111. - under construction
1840 - Peter Evan Turnbull,
Austria, Vol. I, John Murray (London, 1840) - excerpts.
1848 - John Gardner Wilkinson, Dalmatia and Montenegro: with a
Journey to Mostar in Herzegovina, and Remarks on the Slavonic
Nations; The History of Dalmatia and Rugusa; The Uscocs, &c. &c.
Volumes 1 & 2. John Murray (London, 1848) - excerpts.
1861 - J. M. Neale, Rev., M.A. Warden of Sackville
Picturesque, on Dalmatia, Croatia, Istria, Styria, with a Visit to
J. T. Hayes (London, 1861).
1875 - R.H.R.,
Rambles in Istria, Dalmatia
and Montenegro, Hurst and Blackett (London, 1875) - under
Trieste e L'Istria (Italiano),
Fratelli Treves (Milano, 1861) - under
Notes on the Castellieri or Prehistoric Ruins of the Istrian Peninsula and
Sopra i castelliere o Rovine preistoriche nella penisula istriana (Italiano).
(1823-1892), D.C.L., L.L.D., Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford,
Sketches from the Subject and Neighbor Lands of Venice, Macmillan and
Co. (London, 1881)
Thomas Graham (T.G.)
Jackson, Sir (1835-1924):
Dalmatia, the Quarnero and Istria, 3 Volumes. Clarendon Press (Oxford) and
Macimillan & Co. (New York, 1887, 1896.
Memories of Travel, The
University Press (Cambridge, 1923), VI p., 2 L., 172 p. incl.
illus, plates. col. front. 24 cm.
- 1898 - William Miller,
Travels and Politics in the Near East,
Frederick A. Stokes Co. (New York, 1898).
Chapter 1: The Threshold of the Near East:
Istria and Dalmatia (extract) , p. 1-11.]
20th Century to the present:
Early 1900s -
Ports - Trieste And Pola
(originally published early 1900's)
1905 - Horatio F. Brown, In and Around Venice,
Charles Scribner's Sons (New York, 1905), "In
Istria", p. 264-283
1906 - Felix J. Koch, A.B.,"Overland Among
the Slovanians of Istria",
Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine (1868-1935); Oct 1906; Vol.
XLVIII, No. 4.
1908 - Frederick Hamilton Jackson (1848-1923),
The shores of the Adriatic, the
Austrian side, the Küstenlande, Istria, and Dalmatia, fully illustrated
with plans, drawings, by the author, and photographs taken specially for this
work, John Murray (London),.XV, 420 p. front., illus. (incl. plans)
plates, fold. map. 24 cm.
- under construction.
1913 - James Baker, with illustrations by Donald Maxwell
Austria: Her people and their Homelands,
Chapters XVI (Triest and Istria) and XVII (Down
the Istrian Coast to Dalmatia, to Sebenico),
c. 1915 -
Nellie Ryan, My
Years at the Austrian Court, John Lane (London & New York, 1915),
Chapters 18 (The Island of Lussin), 19 (Festivities on the Island), 20 (Cruises
in the Adriatic) and 21 (Last Glimpses of the Adriatic), pp. 206-264.
c. 1927 - Istituto geografico De Agostini.
Trieste, Riviera d'Istria, Zara, con 6 acquarelli originali del prof.
Giovanni Giordani e 208 fotografie ...
2001 - Jan Morris, "An Adriatic Côte
d'Azure", National Geographic Traveler, September 2001.