The town of Pula is rich with roman cultural heritage and can easily boast having the most valuable roman monument in Croatia. Its roman remains can be validated as Istria and Pula develops and becomes recognized as a historical and tourism destination. Such an approach to popularize the cultural and historical heritage, through, for example, the largest Istrian festival of antiquity, will animate its citizens and their guests to directly connect with the history of the town.

The huge potential and growth of the festival in reflected in the development of the program and the inclusion of the many sites through sinergy with economic, artistic, entertainment and other activities in the southern hemisphere of the region of Istria. The festival respects historically established facts and has continously and succesfully represented them, which has resulted in the growth of the festival into a recognized and akcknowledged event. The achievement of branding the festival was of great importance for its participants which are able to find their own personal interest and who are involved in the realization of the festival which in turs has guaranteed success.

This cultural entertaining project which has a goal to preserve the cultural heritage of the town, to develop the cultural and historical status of Pula, to enrich existing products, offers, promotion and touristic validation, to prolong the season and to increase employement is called: PULA SUPERIORUM – Days of Antiquity.

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Pula's Forum is the central square since the founding of the Roman colonies Pole.



Portarata (the lat Aurata Porta Aurea, or Golden Gate) Square in the center of Pula, located on the south side of Giardina and the Street of Sergi at the beginning.



The amphitheater in Pula and Pula Arena is the largest and best preserved monument of ancient architecture in Croatia.