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Mediterranean Restaurant

KONOBA KOD ZVANETA

5 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·

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Ana
Ana
March 21, 2016
Great Istrian cuisine! Fresh and local groceries.
Tomislav
Tomislav
May 15, 2014
Istrian home cooking (cheap)
Lucano
Lucano
June 13, 2018
traditional istrian cousine
Olivera
Olivera
May 17, 2017
dagnje - pedoči školjke
Klaudio
Klaudio
August 16, 2016
Good and affordable domestic food. Also fresh fish food can be preordered.

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“Fort Punta Christo was built at the end of the 19th century by the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy to defend City of Pula, their main naval port. Situated on a small peninsula at 45 meters above sea level, Fort Punta Christo offers a breathtaking view of the entrance to the Bay of Pula, its breakwater, as well to National Park Islands Brijuni on the other side. The fortress is surrounded by a deep ditch and there are three entrances leading to the fort. Inside the fort are three courtyards through which you can enter the underground areas of this magnificent structure. The fortress has as many as 270 spaces, covering an area of over 10,000 m2.”
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Historic Site
“On the northeastern slopes of the central hill of the city, below the Castle are the remains of a Roman theater: in addition to the Amphitheater, Pula had two other theaters during the Roman period. The larger one, which has not been preserved, was situated outside the city, on the slopes of Zaro hill (Monte Zaro), south of the city walls. The other theater known as the Small Roman Theater was situated within the city walls. The remains of scene, semicircular orchestra and tired section for the audience have partly been reconstructed. Below the theater is the building of the one-time German Royal Gymnasium, which in 1930 became the Archaeological Museum of Istria. ”
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Establishment
“All the informations of Pula in one place: happenings, exhibitions, concerts, list of beaches and art fairs.. Maps and infos!”
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Location
59 Valdebečki put
Pula, Istarska županija 52100
Phone+385 52 505 840
Reservations
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