The development of Istrian towns from the town planning perspective

The development of Istrian towns from the town planning perspective, involving the development of new urban destinations of cultural tourism and re- evaluation of already existing. The Slovene applicant will analyse and evaluate the architectural and material heritage of the Slovene coastal towns of Piran, Izola and in particular Koper, including also the analysis of the development and creation of urban identity. The Croatian applicant will complement the Slovene research results by evaluating the Venetian architectural monuments, highlighting following palaces in:

  • Rovinj, Municipal palace and the Town Museum,
  • Pula: the Communal Palace,
  • Umag: the Gothic – Renaissance houses in Riječka Street, De Franceschi Palace,
  • Poreč: Sinčić Palace, Decumanus 5, Zuccato Palace, the stone Romanesque house and The House of two Saints in St. Maurus Street,
  • Labin: Scampicchio Palace, Praetorian Palace, Franković – Vlačić Palace, Manzini Palace, Negri Palace and Battiala – Lazzarini Palace,
  • Plomin: the castle,
  • Svetivinčenat: Town square, the Parish Church of the Holy Assumption and the Grimani castle,
  • Gračišće: Salamon Palace,
  • Cerovlje, Belaj: the feudal rustic castle,
  • Novigrad - Daila.
Page updated: 30. 06. 2008.