Agrippina’s House is the name of an archaeological site with one part of which is located in the office of the OTP Bank, while the other can be found in the in-yard area along the southeastern part of the Roman Forum, or the main square. There, the remnants of the Venetian culture were found in the sixth century BC, while Etruscan and Hellenistic pottery that were also found there date back to the third century BC. In the past, the house was decorated with marble and frescos of various colors, and was open to the main square. The cradle lined with marble is adorned with a bust of Agrippina the Younger (Minor), the Roman queen, mother, sister and a noblewoman. She grew up alongside her brother, Caligula, after which she became the wife of Emperor Claudius and the mother of the notorious Emperor Nero, which was eventually the cause of her death.
Category: Other attractions, Old town,
Ulica Sergijevaca (old town), Pula 52100
44.869654, 013.843037 (44°52’10.8″N, 013°50’34.9″E)
GPS coordinates: 44.869654, 013.843037 (44°52’10.8″N, 013°50’34.9″E)
Address: Ulica Sergijevaca (old town), Pula 52100
Agrippina’s house is located in the old town of Pula at the address Sergijevci Street; you have to go through the passage (around 50m away from the Forum Square)
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do Agripinine kuće koja se nalazi u starom dijelu grada Pule u ulici Sergijevaca (od trga Foruma udaljena je oko 50m). Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema Agripininoj kući koja se nalazi u starom dijelu grada Pule u ulici Sergijevaca (od trga Foruma udaljena je oko 50m). Hvala!
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