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NARIONALNI PARK BRIJUNI     Code trips: 2022/45 - individual tours

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NARIONALNI PARK BRIJUNI     Code trips: 2022/45 - individual tours


Brijuni makes the vegetation component specific and valuable in the landscape of our environment. The Great Brijuni has remarkably valuable harmony of natural ... The Brijuni Islands, one of the true jewels of Istria, are located almost on the northwestern outskirts of Pula. The archipelago consists of two major islands, Veli and Mali Brijun, and 12 islands. It is separated from the Istrian coast by the only 3 km wide Fažana Canal. They are populated in prehistoric times and are considered to be a beautiful place, especially in Roman times, where, as in the whole of southern Istria, they usually open large estates with luxurious villas. It is certainly the most complex castle of Ladoga in the Verige bay in the 1st century BC. Built. The remains of this complex are on an area of ​​about 5 hectares. Life on the Brijuni islands lasted in the Middle Ages as well as in Venetian rule and in the 18th century for malaria. and the first half of the 19th century. the century was completely extinct. The relocation of the war harbor of the Imperial Navy from Venice to Pula established Austria in the second half of the 19th century. Seventh strongholds on the Brijuni islands were built seven strong forts, the largest "Tagetthoff" fortress on the hill at the large Vela Brijun watchdog. At the time of construction it was one of the strongest fortifications in the Mediterranean. In 1893, the Brijuni Islands were bought by Austrian industrialist Paul Kupelweiser, who since the First World War has become one of the most modern and attractive seaside resorts. Since 1947, the islands have been the official summer residence of Josip Broz Tito and remain until his death in 1980. During this time, new luxurious buildings will be built, rich parks, shrubs and forests will be renovated. During this time, the Brijuni Islands are visited by the most prominent statesmen, and some historic political meetings have been held. It has been protected since 1983 and has the status of a national park.