Triumphal Arch in Pula is situated in the center of the city and I've seen it several times. It is amazing at night.
If you are in Pula, definitely make it a point to come see this as it's around a 10 minute walk from the Amphitheater. It's not worth a separate trip to Pula just to see this but if you are seeing the other sites it's worth it to come see this for the Roman history that is behind it. You... More
This arch is at the head of the main street. You have to walk under it, in order to visit the town. Its well worth a few minutes of your time.
It was a pleasant and exciting surprise to find this arch as we were walking through the town. It's a great place for pictures and it seemed a little strange that we were wlking through an arch that was centuries of years old and towards modern shops. A smashing experience ..
One of three major Roman sites in Pula. This one was erected to honor the Sergii, an important family in the colony and in Rome. The construction is believed to be dated around 27 BC. In summary, a symbol of the political powers of the time. Well... if you make your way across old downtown Pula from the Arena, you... More
Yes, that's what it is. Built a long time ago, of historic significance and if you're a Roman history enthusiast like me worth a photo or two. Not much more you can say about it....
It is very beautiful and evocative admire an architectural work of this kind so far from Rome. This beautiful Arch of Triumph is particularly well preserved and looks perfectly intact in all its glory. During the hours of the day in the surrounding area is very crowded with tourists, to admire this beauty is due to the presence of the... More
A very pleasant outdoor corner of Pula. We were especially lucky since we came across ithe square and arch just when a crowd of people dressed in Roman costume were meeting there acting as gladiators, an Emperor and fine ladies, all to walk in procession to the Arena. They were taking it very seriously although it was amusing to watch.... More
Well preserved, and interesting. Pula has constructed itself around these ancient monuments. Check out old walls and you will notice that they are often made up of pieces from Roman building and pillars.
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