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The Town Hall (City Palace)

Forum - Narodni trg, Pula, Croatia
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Attractive buiding in the old square

This is situated in the pedestrianised old square (forum) in Pula near the Temple of Augustus and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nicola D
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Hessle, United Kingdom
The Town Hall (City Palace) also known as Communal Palace

Located close to Temple of Augustus, within the same Square, called the Forum. Looks like typical... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Gamesmaker2012
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is situated in the pedestrianised old square (forum) in Pula near the Temple of Augustus and the tourist information office. It is an attractive old building.

Thank Nicola D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Located close to Temple of Augustus, within the same Square, called the Forum. Looks like typical Roman /Gothic construction, some original windows, several replaced.

Thank Gamesmaker2012
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Medieval building with a mix of styles but given that it's in a Roman forum next to a Roman temple, a little overshadowed.

Thank Hornado
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Such a lovely building that has a little surprise around the back. There is the back of the temple of Diana preserved onto the rear of the building. Worth a look if you're into history.

Thank Lane-English
Reviewed 25 May 2017

The building is striking and definitely worth a visit. Once again, it is worth visiting with a tour to get the full information on it's history.

1  Thank Abbie W
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

...for having a cup of coffee and watching people walk by. You can feel the spirit of the place even it is already very touristic nowadays... Highly recommended!

Thank sweetien
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Originally the square had a triad consisting of three temples. The Temple of Augustus stood at the left side of the central temple, and the similar temple of the goddess Diana stood on the other side of the main temple. The whole back side of...More

1  Thank RandyRoss
Reviewed 30 March 2017

This pretty little city hall building can be found in the main square of the old town, right next to the temple. It's not a Roman building, but has some Roman stone fragments embedded in it. We recognized it as a municipal building by the...More

Thank California_momofsix
Reviewed 6 March 2017

If I had not been with a tour guide I would have passed by this building not thinking it had any type of story or history. We did not go inside as is it not a major tourist attraction, I believe it is still being...More

Thank Kimmie K
Reviewed 13 January 2017

Pula, Croatia is a gem in the Adriatic sea. The historic places are well preserved, even though guided tours are sketchy you can get a good sense of the place. A mix of Roman, Byzantine and renaissance architecture are the perfect frame for your family,...More

2  Thank WilliamyLuzmari... M
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