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Top recommendations from locals

History Museum
“Temple at the Forum dedicated to the Goddess Roma and Emperor Augustus. Built between 2 BC and 14 AD, when August passed away. The form is a typical temple construction. The temple gives Forum Square a special atmosphere.”
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Museum
“Batana House is perhaps the first multi-media museum around the Mediterranean specifically dedicated to a fishing boat. The vessel in question is the batana, the traditional wooden boat of this region. It is still very much in use today – as you will find out should you head out at sunset in a batana expertly rowed by the one of the museum staff. As both sit in the romantically lit batana, they will explain the importance of the boat to Rovinj’s history and economy, from the intricacies of night fishing to the construction of the vessel itself. ”
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History Museum
“A part some remains of the ancient Roman buildings, Museum has also a rich collection that date from the prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. ”
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Historic Site
“Fort Kaštel – your first choice for amazing view on Pula city center and its bay ”
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Museum
“It is a County institution that keeps part of the national and universal heritage, from the High Middle Ages until the recent history directly or indirectly presenting it to the public by means of permanent or temporary exhibitions or publications. In the rich museum holdings (over 40,000 artifacts), particularly important is the collection of old postcards, maps and the collection of arms, uniforms, military and maritime equipment.”
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Library
“On the pier in front of the museum you can board the boat Subaquatic, which is the only boat on the Slovenian coast with windows under the sea surface for viewing the underwater world.”
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Art Gallery
“This is an absolute treat. This gallery is a great exhibition space, situated in an old church and now used as a museum/ gallery.”
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Museum
“Visit a national park, learn what saltern worker's life is like, swim in the sea.”
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Museum
“Traditional venue with permanent & temporary exhibits showcasing art & regional history. Founded by a group of local artists in 1954, the Rovinj Heritage Museum houses Istria’s prime collection of Italian art from the 1400s onwards. Renaissance gems by the great Venetian Giovanni Bellini and the school of Bonifazio de Pitati share second-floor space with Baroque painter such as Nicolò Grassi, Antonio Zanchi and Marco Ricci. One flight below is a floor of Croatian art from the later 20th century and there’s also a section dedicated to Rovinj artists from the same period – some of whom would have helped set up this very museum.”
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Museum
“Modest museum outlining the history & impacts of tourism in Croatia with exhibits & workshops.”
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Museum
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Plaza
“Just like in Roman times, Pula’s forum is the city’s main square. So just as it would have witnessed important gatherings two millennia ago, whenever there’s a big event you can be sure something will be happening in the forum. During the summer there are concerts and other cultural events here, as well as big crowds if the Croatian national football team is taking part in the Euros or World Cup. It’s also a impressive setting, with other Roman monuments and the renaissance-style city hall providing a fitting sense of ceremony”
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Museum
“Interesting representation of the old ways where people went from the country farm site to sell their goods in Trieste. Also it is a today live track and you can walk from Izola to Strunjan (National resort) and Piran.”
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Museum
“The museum collects works of art created in the second half of last century until the latest work of recent artists. MCAI represents an open meeting place of multiculturalism and, above all, to be a leading cultural and art institution of Istrian artists.”
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Museum
“Lapidarium Museum houses one of the most important collections of stone monuments in Croatia. Numbering about 100, the monuments hail from the first to the eighteenth century. Half of the monuments, mostly representing elements of church architecture from the Parish Church of St. Pelagius, are part of the museum’s permanent exhibition. The museum’s most interesting exhibit is the ciborium of Bishop Mauritius, dating from the end of the eighth century. Originating in the parish church, it was built during the time of the Frankish state and its famous ruler Charlemagne, when Novigrad was the centre of the diocese and secular Frankish rule. The area of the museum housing the ciborium has been built to resemble the baptistery in which it was originally located. This is yet another shining example of the progressive use of architecture in presenting ancient monuments.”
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