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Kimi_jmPula Arena is located in the center of the historic city of Pula in Croatia's Istria Peninsula. It was built in the Roman era and has a history of nearly 2000 years. The arena is oval in shape with a wall height of more than 30 meters. It is all built of stone and can accommodate more than 20,000 spectators. The circular arena in Pula is one of the six largest Roman arenas in the world. It is also the world The only arena on which all Roman buildings are completely preserved. It is currently one of the two three-story Roman arena (the other one is in Tunisia). A four-hour drive from Zadar to Rovinj, I went to Pula first to see this famous arena. The impressive ancient Roman architecture on site, in fact, you don’t need to buy a ticket to enter. You can take beautiful photos in a week around. The arena is by the sea in Puerto Pula
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_We***23A beautiful destination, with great bars, restaurants and a very relaxed vibe. the views at aunset are anazing.
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Historical Architecture
陆羽1221The seaside is quite beautiful. The sea organ is not available in other seasides. The taxi is very expensive. I am transiting here. The airport is very small. One hour is enough.
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Historical Site
汤悠然Traveling slowly in Central Europe and feeling the cultural heritage. My friend and I came to Porec in Central Europe this time. We chose Polk’s Old Town, which is very close to other attractions. Then one side is the coastline. On one side is the old city. The buildings here are dominated by red roofs, and the heights of the buildings are staggered, but pay attention to the sun exposure, and then my friends and I continue to see a wall with red and white grids hanging on it. Alternately, the whole looks like a tie, which was later known as the pattern of the local flag. Walking in the alleys, you will find the church. If you don’t look carefully, it is hard to find. Fortunately, my best friend found the church hidden in the alley. Before entering the church, there must be regulations on clothing, and shorts and loose-shoulder clothes are not allowed. Otherwise, you can't go in and visit! This is a church from the Byzantine period. You can feel the religious culture of the Middle Ages. You can also see some art exhibitions that are all about religion. They all reflect the long history here. This is a church from the Byzantine period. The most experienced one is Byzantium. Mosaic art. [Reminders:] 1. Pay attention to the sun. 2. If you want to enter the church, don’t wear shorts and shoulder-length clothes. 3. You can’t park in the ancient city. You can park outside the city. Remember the location. 4. Address: porec, Croatia
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