File:Pula Aerial View.jpg
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Aerial view of Pula, Croatia. The most notable object, on the bottom of the photo, is the Arena Amphiteathre. Left of it is the hill around which lies the Old Town. The wedge-shaped island in the middle of the bay is Uljanik, part of the shipyard. On the far top right the Brijuni islands (a National Park) can be seen.
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The Roman Arena.
The Pula Cathedral.
The Monastery and Church of St. Francis.
The Forum (Central Square).
The Venetian fortress (The Citadel).
The Arch of the Sergii (Ancient Roman triumphal arch).
St Anthony's Church (Crkva svetog Antuna).
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