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Churches, Chapels, Basilicas, Chatedrals and Monasteries in Pula

Throughout history, Pula has gone through many changes. Three thousand years ago, the Histri tribe built the first fort on the hill where the castle is located, but its history truly started after the arrival of the Romans. Pula has got some of its most interesting sites from this period. The old city centre is full of culturally and historically valuable sites, and you can find signs of its rich past almost everywhere.
Visit and tour some of the many churches in the town of Pula!

Church and Monastery of St. Francis (Pula, Istria)


Church and Monastery of St. Francis On the slope of the hill between the Forum and the upper circular street, lies the monastic complex dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi, built in the 14th century at the site of a previous cultic edifice...
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Church of St. Maria Formosa (Pula, Istria)


Church of St. Maria Formosa It is one of the two chapels built in the 6th century as part of a large Benedictine abbey demolished in the 16th century...

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Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Pula, Istria)


Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Within the city, along the main street that from Flavia Street leads to the Forum, stands the Cathedral of Pula. It was built at the site where Christians gathered already in the time of their persecution...
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Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas (Pula, Istria)


Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas Built in the second half of the 6th century, with a typical Ravenna-like polygonal apse, the church was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary...

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Church of Our Lady of the Sea (Pula, Istria)


Church of Our Lady of the Sea Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I was especially interested in the planning of the Naval Church in Pula...

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