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I stopped at the Tourist Office located across from this Cathedral and learned that a mass was in progress and it would be in Italian.
Since I know some Spanish that is similar to Italian, I was able to follow what was going on during...More
It's not the Cathedral in Zagreb, nor is it a small abandoned abbey which gave "birth" to Maria Teresia, but it is a quite place one can say a prayer and take 5minutes to find peace. Is it a must see? No. Is it a...More
We came here as part of our self guided tour of Pula. Really striking ancient building on a lovely square near the waterfront. Opening times looked like 1000-1400, but unfortunately we were outwith these times.