14th-century walls

14th-century walls

Because of its turbulent history, much of Umag’s ancient architecture has been destroyed. But some relics of ancient times still exist and are worth a look. Next to the Town Museum you can see the preserved remains of parts of the town walls with a gated drawbridge built in the 10th century.
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Umag, Pula Area

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1.3 Km to 14th-century walls

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Old Town treasures

Old Town treasures

Umag, Pula Area

Passed from one ruler to another for centuries, Umag has a rich historical and cultural heritage. Stroll through Old Town’s beautiful cobbled streets and narrow alleyways and you’ll see ornate Venetian villas...

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Church of St Mary and St Peregrine

Church of St Mary and St Peregrine

Umag, Pula Area

The church of The Assumption of Virgin Mary and St Peregrine marks the spot where the city’s patron saint was executed. There’s a painting of him on the interior wall of the unfinished Baroque façade. Check out...

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Umag Church of St Roche

Umag Church of St Roche

Umag, Pula Area

Built in the 16th century after the plague epidemics ravaged the area, the Church of St Roche marks the entrance to the historic core of the town. Once inside, make sure you glance up at the ceiling which is...

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