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Discover 3 places to see in Pula

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Archaeological area of Nora

 

Nora was founded by the Phoenicians at the end of the 8th or the 7th century BC (it depends on different interpretations) on the charming promontory of Capo di Pula, between sea and pools. In the ancient Phoenician, Punic and then Roman trade centre we can see the Phoenician necropolis, the inhabited centre and the Punic tophet. A beautiful theatre (beginning of the 1st century BC), one of the best preserved buildings of Nora, rises among the ancient paved streets. Imposing are the thermal baths, often decorated with splendid mosaics that date back to the 2nd- 4th


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MUNICIPAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM GIOVANNI PATRONI "

The Museum is housed in a historic building in the historic centre of Pula and is dedicated to discoveries in the ancient city of Nora and the surrounding area.
The exhibition allows you to explore the themes related to the colonization of the territory and to the Foundation of the city, the oldest in Sardinia, which offers a glimpse of life during centuries, both through the exhibits related to the newspaper and through those that refer to the sphere of the sacred, the rites, the cult of the dead.
A particular arrangement, using 19th century photographic documentation of discovery and excavatio


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Tower of Coltellazzo

 

The Tower of Coltellazzo rises on a promontory dominating the charming Nora bay, in an ideal position to control the sea and the inland. It was built in the first years of the 17th century over a Phoenician- Punic acropolis. 

It was built of calcareous sandstone, in the shape of a truncated cone. The entrance leaded into a domed chamber with a pilaster in the middle and stiffening ribs. Various rooms were destined to the troops, the captain of the tower, or used as powder- magazine, storehouse, storeroom and a kitchen. A flight of stairs in the wall leaded


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