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The Amphitheater in Pula

The Amphitheater in Pula or the Pula Arena is the largest and best-preserved monument of ancient architecture in Croatia. Comparing it with more than 200 Roman amphitheatres, the mantle of the Pula amphitheater with four stair towers is the best-preserved and rare example of unique technical and technological solutions.

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The Temple of Augustus

The Temple of Augustus is a well-preserved Roman temple in the center of Pula, on the central square of the city, the Forum. The temple, which is dedicated to the first Roman emperor Augustus, was built during the emperor’s life between 2 BC. Kr. and his death in 14 AD. It is located on a podium with a tetrastyle prostyle portico with Corinthian columns.

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The Triumphal Arch of the Sergi

The Triumphal Arch of the Sergi is an ancient Roman arch in Pula. It was erected in memory of three members of the Sergius family, especially Lucius Sergius Lepidus, a tribune who served in the Roman legion, which participated in the battle of Actium, so it is assumed that the triumphal arch was built between 29 and 27 BC. Kr.

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The Church of Saint Euphemia (also known as Saint Fuma) is the most famous monument in Rovinj. At the site of today’s church, there was a small church of St. Juraj, on whose place a new, larger church began to be built in the 10th century. The church was reconstructed between 1725 and 1736, in the baroque Venetian style, according to the project of the Venetian architect Giovanni Scalfarotto, whose project did not fully satisfy the citizens, so it was supplemented by Giovanni Dozzi. Inside the church is the sarcophagus of the Christian martyr St. Euphemia, who was brought to the city in 800.

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Opatija, a beautiful seaside town on the Adriatic Sea and a famous 19th-century health resort, is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Its mild and pleasant climate makes it a perfect year-round destination. Opatija is decorated with a large number of unusual sights, its city streets are dotted with houses of interesting architecture and villas from the Habsburg era. It is known as a wellness destination that attracts lovers of relaxation and good rest.
The girl with a seagull is the most famous statue in Opatija, which stands elegantly on the Opatija coast.

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The Euphrasian Basilica

The Euphrasian Basilica is the most valuable cultural monument in Poreč and one of the most important Croatian monuments. In the 6th century, it was built on the foundations of an older three-nave basilica during the reign of Bishop Euphrasius, and it was named after him. Another attraction is the unique view of Poreč and its surroundings from the bell tower.


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