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Pula is the largest city on the Istrian Peninsula, with a population of about 60,000 inhabitants. Pula is the administrative center of Istria. It is distinguished by its mild and pleasant climate, with its incredible sea views. The town has a long tradition in winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism.

A curious fact is that in 1905 the Irish writer James Joyce taught English at a local school.

As a result of its rich history, Pula is a city with a cultural diversity of architecture, customs and traditions, some of which are borrowed from the Mediterranean and Central Europe. The architecture of Pula reflects these moments of history - among the city's sites are many preserved sites of the Roman era, including one of the world's most impressive amphitheatres in the world - Arena Pula.