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Gradually urban (ističk) on the shaping of Pula began in ancient foundation of a Roman colony (Pietas Iulia) in Cezarevo era (mid-century, I do not) that experienced the biggest rise for governmental Septimius Severus, at the end of II. and beginning of III. century, when it has about thirty or more thousand inhabitants, and is with Salon (the capital of Roman Dalmatia) Pula slovila as the largest village on the eastern coast of the Adriatic.
The fall of the Western Roman Empire (at the end of V century) Pula is almost fourteenth century population stagnirala, changing rulers, and a new waiting period gradskosti.
Until the battle between the Venetian and Genoese fleet before the Pula harbor in 1379, when the winners of Genova thoroughly pillaged the city of Pula with its five to ten one thousand inhabitants still you could pridjenuti name of the city, but after the devastation that epithet can freely dispense to 1856. when Austria-Hungary began the construction of the arsenal; deset godina kasnije station main military port of Empire. Population Pula in that period drastically decreases and the forty kužnih epidemic (plague is najžešće harala 1371, 1437, 1527th and 1631st), so in 1554. the city has only 594, a broader territory pulski 2657 inhabitants, to 1631. after the above-mentioned medieval scourge in Pula on the life of the rest only 347 inhabitants. Neglected and abandoned by the Venetians, the list from 1741, Pula still unstoppable fall, brojeći then, after 110 years, the growth of the 661 residents (random visitor and travel-writers called the 'city-body' and 'city-dead').
At the end of the Venetian rule and the beginning of the Austrian government, at the end of XVIII. and the beginning of the XIX. century, the number of population remains approximately the same level, do not cross treble number, like most villages and towns in the vicinity of the Pula. Malaria, cholera, typhoid, tuberculosis, smallpox and a variety of fever siju death Pula to mid-XIX. century, the number novorođenih Puljane is three to four times less than the deaths. Year 1818. Pula lists 926 inhabitants, and 1842. eventually exceeds the thousands and recorded 1126 residents.
Pula again be the main naval port in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and experiencing demographic (and socio-urban) with a high expansion rate, of about 10%, the annual increments of inhabitants (for example, in 1842. It was in the town of 214 houses to 1910 . that number climbed to 4,240).
Prior to about three thousand years ago on a hill where the castle today is created the first historical village, fort Histra. Apart from the circular forms of two major city streets, from pre-historic ruins, nothing more. Rights of the city's history begins with the Romans. Officially the name of the city was Colonia Iulia Pola Pietas, and had all the functions and structures typical of the Roman settlement of immigrants.

At the time of removal of Pula people were surrounding areas of VII. c. stali populate Slavs and Croats. After 1331st The Pula is no longer able to escape a lion claw St. Brand. Venetians in Pula are not shown interest in the economic development of the city, because they are the most important was a port as a transit point on their way from Venice along the eastern coast towards the Levant. Frequent epidemics of plague XIV. century, as well as endemic malaria and other diseases, were drastically reduced the population so that in Pula at the end of XVII. century, lived only about 600 people. However, since the period of humanism and the Renaissance in the European cultural public all became known ancient monuments in Pula: Arena, Triumphal Arch of the Sergi, Temple of Augustus (in the picture), so many artists and builders XVI, XVII. and XVIII. c. stayed in Puli drawing and describing the Roman buildings that were the model of architecture from the Renaissance to Classicism.

The fall of Venice and Pula Istria came under the Austrian crown. Since 1815. year to the end of the First World War, Pula was part of the Austrian Littoral (Küstenland). When the 1856. the opening of Arsenal, the main base Austrian Navy, began the modern development of town and south of Istria. After the 1876. was connected with the railway line Vienna - Trieste Rentals nearby Brijuni felt the beginnings of tourism, all of which are members of the imperial family, led by Franz Joseph, were guests of Pula.

The twentieth century was in Pula c. multiple changes of government, with the departures and arrivals of the population, different social and national groups, especially after the first and after the Second World War. Was heavily damaged in bombing during the Second World War, Pula is in the second half of the twentieth century again flourished and developed into the largest Istrian town, important due to two main economic sectors: industry, led by the shipbuilding, and tourism. Pula Amphitheater, the largest and well-preserved monument of ancient architecture in Croatia, was built in the mid-I ct. Kr.

It occurred gladijatorske and joust, fight with wild beasts and other performances, which were the most important social events in antičkome world. It was built outside the city walls near the town, along the main road Via Flavia, who is from Pula led to Aquila and Rome, and could seat up to 25,000 spectators.

Comparing it with more than 200 Roman Amphitheater, Pula Amphitheater mantle with four staircase tower is the most rare and unique example of technical and technological solutions.

Amphitheater were covered Valeria who protect spectators from rain and sun, which is confirmed rarely preserved elements of the structures on the Pula example.

Due to construction at the Pula amphitheater can train the traditional ways and methods of construction in ancient times, which makes it unique and what is essentially different from the others in svijetuPrirodne characteristics pulskog Bay: space, security, rich agricultural land and an abundance of sources of fresh water, favoring the emergence of the city just at this place, and ruins Histra more millenniums.

Development and prosperity of the city, in his dvomilenijskoj history, was always in close connection with uzročnoj capabilities and level of use of the bay, or harbor in the southeastern part, where there is continuous from the beginnings.

The bay becomes a major economic resource in the Austro-Hungarian town stogodišnjem period, when construction of the breakwater early becomes important and a great port in which to place the entire naval fleet Empire
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