The Istria Times

Thirteen Things You Don’t Know About Gladiators

The grandiose Roman amphitheater in Pula is one of the most preserved colloseums in the world. It is a fascinating...
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Applaud to Sting in City of Fugitives

Because of the lengthy tale from Greek mythology, Pula has been known as a city of fugitives. Whoever runs away...
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Big Picture: Amphitheater in Pula

The Pula Arena is one of the six largest surviving Roman amphitheaters in the world. The Arena dates to the...
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Big Picture: Film Festival at Pula Arena

Every summer, Pula hosts an open-air film festival in its Roman amphitheater.
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Famous Croatian myths and legends

The Croats arrived to the shores of Adriatic in the 7th century, giving their contribution to the Slavic migrations across...
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Four and a half decades of passion in song — an interview with Josipa Lisac

Josipa Lisac is a very recognizable name, and not just to Croats. A singer whose passionate voice and uncompromised talent...
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Big Picture: Arena Zagreb

Arena Zagreb, built in 2008, is the largest sports hall in Croatia. It was designed to seat up to 15,002...