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Buje

Buje

Buje area stretches from river Mirna to river Dragonja, which also marks the border with the Republic of Slovenia. The distance from Umag and the sea is 13 km.
Buje is called "The guard of Istria“, due to its strategic position, surrounded by the series of hills that were populated by different tribes already in the Bronze Age.In the Iron Age came tribe Histri. In the year 981 the Buje''s subordination to Aquileia patriarchy was confirmed, which in 1102 definitely came under its authority. In the 13th century rises in the Free community which the 1412 signed an act of surrender to Venice.
Four-century Venetian period left the major trace on the historic center of Buje, starting from Spiazzo alle Porte, (Freedom Square today), where was once the city Loggia.
Stone forts kept the old city center with narrow streets and central square, dominated by a Gothic palace and the Baroque church of St Servula from XVI century which was built on the foundations of a Roman temple.

In the immediate vicinity of Buje are very attractive medieval towns Groznjan, Momjan and Zavrsje.

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Istra (Istria) - Town Fairs

Istra (Istria) - Town FairsIstra (Istria) has a centuries-old tradition of trade fairs which Istrian towns keep alive. Fairs are places where people trade, meet, communicate, have fun as always…

Bale, Barban – 2nd Saturday
Buzet – 1st Friday and 3rd Thursday
Labin – 3rd Wednsday
Motovun – 3rd Monday
Pazin – 1st Tuesday
Svetvinčenat – 3rd Saturday
Višnjan - 1st Thursday
Vodnjan – 1st Saturday
Žminj - 2nd Wednesday and St. Bartol's Fair – last Saturday in August
Pula – every Saturday in Ciscutti St. the fair of antiquities, numismatics and collectibles
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