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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3.2/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Matija Perkovic (11 months 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 (2 years ago)
Ok
Mark Marksson (2 years ago)
A local firm for communal services and waste removal, You can't get an answer on the phone,because they simply don't respond, I guess due to "hard" office work. You can do better Herculanea !!!!
Medih Veli (3 years ago)
Ok
Zoran Radulović (3 years ago)
super
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