Istrian National Theatre
The National Theatre in Pula was established on 19 March 1948, and it was located in the building called Politeama Ciscutti. The first premiere, Držić’s famous Dundo Maroje, was held in January of 1949. The building was rebuilt several times and has changed its name. The opening ceremony, after the last update, took place in May of 1989 accompanied by the performance of the opera Ero s onoga svijeta (Ero from the Other World). In 1994, the theater changed its name to Istrian National Theatre – Theatre House Pula, and in 2004 it became the Istrian National Theatre – Pula Town Theatre. It contains a large hall with 697 seats; the orchestra is placed between the floor and the stage, around the floor there are right and left mezzanines, while on the top there is a balcony, which has three parts – left, right and the middle one.
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GPS coordinates: 44.867420, 013.847041 (44°52’02.7″N, 013°50’49.4″E)
Address: Laginjina ulica, Pula 52100
Istrian National Theatre is located in Pula at Laginjina Street (around 600m 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 Istarskog narodnog kazališta koje se nalazi u gradu Puli u ulici Laginjina (od trga Foruma udaljeno je oko 600 metara). 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 Istarskom narodnom kazalištu koje se nalazi u gradu Puli u ulici Laginjina (od trga Foruma udaljeno je oko 600 metara). Hvala!
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