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The Croatian town of Porec has about 16,700 inhabitants and is next to Rovinj, Umag and Pula, the most important coastal city on the Istrian peninsula. Porec is together with the neighboring municipalities the largest and most varied from the offer tourist center of Istria. During the summer months the population increases to 70,000. The fertile soil is used around the city for the cultivation of fruits, vegetables, wine and olives. The versatile range of cultural, sports and entertainment makes for a holiday in Porec ever a dull moment. Various accommodation facilities and cultural events make Poreč a destination that offers something for every type of holiday. The clean beaches and the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic sea and the numerous islands are considered trademarks of the seaside resort.

After the 1st World War and until the end of WW2 Poreč belonged to Italy. 1945 moved the Yugoslav partisans in the city, which was accompanied by the flight and expulsion of many Italian residents. At the Paris Peace Conference in 1946 Istria came to the Republic of Croatia. The most famous attraction is the Euphrasius-Basilica. The west east running pedestrian zone is not only a shopping street, there are also the most historic buildings and sights.

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