Pula is a port city located near the southern tip of the Istria Peninsula in Croatia. Surrounded by breathtaking beaches, this city harbors a marvelous 1st century Roman amphitheater – still used for summer festivals and cultural events holding nearly 23,000 spectators. Other ruins add to the charm and historical significance of the city like other Roman temples and arches, a Byzantine cathedral and Venetian fort.

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