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It's not the Cathedral in Zagreb, nor is it a small abandoned abbey which gave "birth" to Maria Teresia, but it is a quite place one can say a prayer and take 5minutes to find peace. Is it a must see? No. Is it a...More
We came here as part of our self guided tour of Pula. Really striking ancient building on a lovely square near the waterfront. Opening times looked like 1000-1400, but unfortunately we were outwith these times.
Its main interest lies in fact that not in many cities would you find such an old cathedral, built while most of Europe was entering 'dark ages'. Its very plain design is charming and entirely in keeping with its antiquity, but lacks eye catching details...More
We went on a Sunday and only saw the outside of this lovely building. There was a service on and it was great to see Croatian people celebrating their faith. I'm not religious but felt like joining in. Brilliant.
As we were on a guided tour of Pula, we only managed to see the outside of this cathedral. However, it was certainly good to see at least that much. The tower is part of the church but a later and separate addition.