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Ranked #1 of 8 attractions in Brijuni National Park
Category: Ancient Ruins; Parks
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Ranked #2 of 8 attractions in Brijuni National Park
Category: History Museums; Specialty Museums; Museums
This museum honors the late Yugoslav Communist ruler Josip Tito.
Ranked #3 of 8 attractions in Brijuni National Park
Category: Golf Courses; Outdoor Activities
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: Forester and planner of all Brijuni promenades, designed small hills by clearing the old stone quarries that accumulated over... more » Owner description: Forester and planner of all Brijuni promenades, designed small hills by clearing the old stone quarries that accumulated over the years (ever since classical times). That is how promenades appeared; they are protected from summer heat and sheltered from cold winds. They became popular places for guests of the health resort. « less
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: This villa is located on the western coast of Brijuni, along Verige Bay, and dates from the 1st century. It consisted of... more » Owner description: This villa is located on the western coast of Brijuni, along Verige Bay, and dates from the 1st century. It consisted of several buildings in different parts of the bay, used for various purposes. The parts of the villa were used until the 6th century. From the seaside this complex was bordered by the shore built of large stone blocks. Today they are about 1 m below sea level. « less
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Owner description: This is a bronze tablet from 1905. in honor of Alojz Cufar, longtime director of Brijuni. It's been set up by the Kupelwieser... more » Owner description: This is a bronze tablet from 1905. in honor of Alojz Cufar, longtime director of Brijuni. It's been set up by the Kupelwieser family to express their gratitude for the major contribution in the development of the islands. It contains the inscription: "In grateful memory of the property director, loyal collaborator who contributed to the development of Brijuni 1894-1907 - the Kupelwieser family". « less
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Category: Castles; Landmarks
Owner description: This is the richest archeological site on the Brijuni, on an area greater than 1 hectare. It contains finds from the period... more » Owner description: This is the richest archeological site on the Brijuni, on an area greater than 1 hectare. It contains finds from the period of the Roman Republic and Empire, Late Antiquity, Eastern Goths, Byzantium, Carolingian period and Venice. Life in the castrum was last evidenced during the Venetians. « less
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Owner description: This is the best preserved belvedere on Kupelwieser's Brijuni. Belvederes represent a unique example of engineer... more » Owner description: This is the best preserved belvedere on Kupelwieser's Brijuni. Belvederes represent a unique example of engineer architecture. They were made around 1900. at the ironworks in Vitkovice, and used to be a dominant tourist attraction; today they're covered by trees. The second preserved belvedere is above Brijuni''s central beach, on Saluga hill. « less
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