Still Pula's most important public meeting place after 2,000 years, the ancient Roman forum is today a spacious paved piazza ringed with cafés. There were once three temples here, of which only one remains. Next to it stands the Gradska Palača (Town Hall), which was erected during the 13th century using part of the Roman Temple of Diana as the back wall. The Renaissance arcade was added later.
Augustov Hram. The perfectly preserved Augustov Hram,
the Forum's only remaining temple, was built in the 1st century AD on the north side of the square. Forum, 52100. 10 Kn. May and Oct., weekdays 9–9; June–Sept., weekdays 9 am–10 pm, weekends 9 am–3 pm. Closed to the public Nov.–Apr.; special tours only.
Forum, Pula, 52100, Croatia