The most well-known relic of the Austro-Hungarian rule: Hotel Riviera. Built in 1908 in a Neo-Baroque style with Jugendstil decorations, it was for many years the most popular hotel in Pula, welcoming movie stars and royals.
A fountain on the Dante’s square, designed by Enric Trolis, an architect from Pula. It commemorates fascists who were killed. Their names used to be written on the inner side of the fountain, but were removed after Istria was liberated in 1945.