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Barbariga Bay, Istria, Croatia
Istrien
Beautiful, secluded bay near the village Barbariga on the Westcoast of Istria (Croatia). Barbariga is derived from the Venetian noble family name Barbarigo , a family which produced two doges, cardinals and ten regional governors . Among antique ruins of still existing houses were found together with the most important oil works in Istria dating from the 4th century and two large Roman villa rustica with multi – coloured marble mosaics. In the Middle Ages Barbariga was called Cissana promontory after the legendary town of Cissa that disappeared into the sea in the 8th century .Other archeological sites in the area include rests of the prehstoric Mandriol fort and of the early Christian three- naval basilica of St. Andrew with mosaics, sarcophagi and stones. (Text from http://www.istriasun.com)
Copyright: Tom Puchner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8344x4172
Taken: 15/04/2013
Hochgeladen: 24/04/2013
Aktualisiert: 05/04/2015
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Tags: beach; gravel; secluded; olive; pine; snorkel
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More About Istrien

Istrien (kroatisch/slowenisch Istra, italienisch Istria, lat. Histria) ist die größte Halbinsel an der nördlichen Adria zwischen dem Golf von Triest und der Kvarner-Bucht vor Rijeka. Die Fläche der gesamten Halbinsel beträgt 3.476 km².Die Bezeichnung Istrien geht auf den Namen der Histri, eines Stammes der Illyrer, zurück, die in dieser Region in der Antike lebten.Der weitaus größte Teil Istriens gehört zu Kroatien, ein Teil des Nordens zu Slowenien und ein kleiner Landstrich um die Ortschaft Muggia zu Italien.