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Pula is the largest and southernmost city on the Istrian peninsula of Croatia. The city and surrounding area was conquered and inhabited by the Romans in the second century BC. Today, the city is noted for the many well-preserved Roman buildings and structures, including the Roman Forum, Triumphal Arch, the Amphitheatre, and defensive walls and city gates.
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photo of the Cathedral of the Assumption of 
the Virgin Mary
Cathedral #6678
This is the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Pula, Croatia. That's a mouthful. This church was originally built in the 5th century, however additions and modifications since have altered it so entirely that this fact probably means very little today.

photo of the Roman Temple of Augustus in Pula
Temple of Augustus #6681

photo of the Temple of Augustus
Temple of Augustus #6688
The area around this Roman temple was once a Roman Forum.

photo of outdoor cafes in Pula, Croatia
Pula Cafes #6693
Many outdoor cafes exist around the city's many ancient artifacts making it possible to enjoy a coffee, beer, or wine while sightseeing in the city.

photo of a Pula city street
Pula Street #6694
This is a city street in Pula approaching the Golden Gate, a Roman remnant of the 1st century BC.

photo of a Pula street
Pula Street Scene #6695
Pula, Croatia is a vibrant and pleasant university city in Croatia.

photo of the Golden Arch in Pula
Arc of the Sergii #6696
This arch, also known as the Golden Arch, was created by the Romans in the 1st century BC.

photo of a sculpture of James Joyce in Pula
James Joyce Sculpture #6698
James Joyce spent about six months in Pula and was honored by this sculpture created by the Croatian sculptor Mate Cvrljak.

mermaid carved in stone
Stone Mermaid #6702
This is a photo of a stature of a mermaid carved in stone.

Photo of a perfumerie in Pula
Perfumerie in Pula #6703
As in any city popular with tourists, and Pula is certainly that, one finds many shops. One doesn't often find a perfumerie, but this one has an assortment attractively displayed in their window.

photo of Pula's Roman Amphitheatre
Roman Amphitheatre #6705
Pula is famous for this Roman Amphitheatre, one of the best-preserved in anywhere.

photo of a section of the amphitheatre wall
Amphitheatre Wall #6707
This photo shows a detail of the Amphitheatre's wall.

photo of the Roman Amphitheatre of Pula
Amphitheatre #6712
I find it disappointing when I see an ancient monument like this dramatically modified for modern convenience. This Roman Amphitheatre has been modified with electric lightpoles and metal seating to host public events.

photo of Pula's Roman amphitheatre
Roman Amphitheatre #6713
Croatian pride in this ancient Roman building, it is prominently displayed on their 10 krona bill.

Roman Amphitheatre of Pula, Croatia
Amphitheatre #6714
It is said that this is the best preserved ancient monument in Croatia.

photo of the Roman Amphitheatre in Pula, Croatia
Amphitheatre #6716
Despite the modifications to the interior of the Amphitheatre, its walls are largely intact, giving an impressive display of Roman construction.

the Roman Amphitheatre in Pula
Roman Amphitheatre #6717

photo of the Roman Amphitheatre in Pula
Roman Amphitheatre #6720

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