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    Istrian Frescoes

    The great number of preserved frescoes to be seen on the relatively small territory of the Istrian peninsula is amazing. These frescoes can be tracked back to the turn of 9th century, but it is during the 11th century that they started to be produced in great number.Istrian frescoes are vivid and authentic art works, nearly all of which can be seen in little churches scattered around small, picturesque Istrian towns or villages usually situated on secluded hilltops. At that time, a church wouldn’t be considered finished if a painter hadn’t made frescoes. Highlights: Beram, Draguć, Hum, Roč


    1 day Grade: All Ages
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    Istrian Medieval Hilltop Towns

    Laid on the hills, Istrian town are signposts to antique gallery and at the same time their most beautiful exhibits.Rising up to the heaven and sun as crowns resisting the time.Their walls remembers better times and never forget to tell you one particular story about the mysteries of town's life. About how builders and asrtist used to come through the centuries and equipped their crownswith new jewels that flashed again with new brightness.Today when the tower bells greet you, flocks of pigeons will take off from the roofs.Get inside, the city doors are always open


    1 day Grade: All Ages
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    Roman Empire in Istria

    The Romans introduced a new type of organization in Istria, just as throughout entire Europe they were the first to start the urbanization, building roads and connecting towns, thus greatly encouraged the development of trade. Istria is famous as a region rich in high quality stone, a fact well known to the Romans, so today there are numerous places along the west coast of Istria that were once Roman quarries from which stone was taken to erect their magnificent buildings. The Amphitheatre of Pula was also built from local lime stone. The Romans brought the exploitation of stone nearly to perfection through the new way of building, stone dres


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    Walking Tour of Rovinj

    Rovinj, the Blue Pearl of the Adriatic, the city of romance and art, one of the most picturesque towns in the Mediterranean. Part of the Venetian Republic for over 500 years, the Old Town is perched on an elevated peninsula, surrounded by Venetian terracotta-roofed houses and crowned by the Church of St. Euphemy from the 18th century whose bell tower dominates the Rovinj silhouette. The cramped area of the former island dictated the appearance of the town that is characterized by high houses, narrow paved streets and small squares


    1,5 hour Grade: All Ages