Hercules Gate

Pula, Croatia

Hercules Gate is the oldest standing Roman monument in Pula, dating from the 1st century BC.

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Carrarina ulica 2, Pula, Croatia
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Founded: 100-0 BCE
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Croatia

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3.4/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Kučić Veljko (11 months ago)
Fast and pleasant service!
E (17 months ago)
In this same building as Herculanea, there's also the Croatian Red Cross section of Pula, where one can donate blood on Thursdays.
Krešimir Čuić (3 years ago)
Bad company
Matija Perkovic (5 years ago)
Gdje da bacamo smeće? Što ako imamo malo veće smeće nego što stane u kantu? Ovi sakupljači ne uzimaju ništa što stavimo pored kante a ovi iz Herculanee neznaju di se baca. Vratite nam normalne kante.
Alen Crnković (6 years ago)
Ok
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