Labin

In the eastern part of Istria, only three kilometres from the sea lies the medieval town of Labin, today a town known for its numerous galleries and artists. The most fascinating sight is the central town square with the perfectly preserved loggia and main town gate of St. Flora from the 16th century. Above the gate is the town’s coat of arms and Venetian lion, symbol of Venetian rule. While strolling through the town discover the cannon from the Austrian period and many other interesting details.

Visit the Labin National Museum where you will learn something about the importance of mining for the town’s history, discover the meaning of the “Labin Republic”, and then by visiting the Memorial Collection learn about the famous person from the 16th century, Matthias Flacius Illyricus, one of Martin Luther’s first associates, Protestant writer and professor of theology and Hebrew at universities in Jena, Regensburg, Antwerp...

Praises from abroad to Istria

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The reputation of Istria has continues in 2014, as one of the world's top destinations after receiving numerous awards from leading travel guides like Lonely Planet and National Geographic Traveler. The Istrian peninsula is further praised by most tourist guides and journalists

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