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A stone gate leading to Old Town of Rovinj built in 1679., true masterpiece of art.
Balbi Arch is located at the former gate of the old fish market. The old gates were demolished in the 17th century. Balbi arch is made in the same place, and was named after Balbi, a former mayor of Rovinj. At the top of the arch is the lion, the symbol of the Venetian republic, with an open book…
Where the Balbi’s Arch stands today, there used to be the main gate to the fortified city of Porton della Pescheria.
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“An old-fashioned cantina on the waterfront, Kantinon has much the same interior as it did when fishermen drank here and lamented long days of work. There’s a giant wine barrel in the centre and ox yokes on the walls. The staff have an old-school, get-it-yourself charm. Give in to it and order from the barrel-shaped menus: grilled shrimp and sea bass are among the choices.”
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“Batana House is perhaps the first multi-media museum around the Mediterranean specifically dedicated to a fishing boat. The vessel in question is the batana, the traditional wooden boat of this region. It is still very much in use today – as you will find out should you head out at sunset in a batana expertly rowed by the one of the museum staff. As both sit in the romantically lit batana, they will explain the importance of the boat to Rovinj’s history and economy, from the intricacies of night fishing to the construction of the vessel itself. ”
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“"in this centuries-old bulding located inside the maritime research center of the ruđer boskovic institute,you can exsperience all the diversity of the adriatic underwater world.it was opened in 1891"”
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