House of Croatian War Veterans
In the past, the House of Croatian War Veterans was a palace called Marine-Casino, i.e. the Navy Casino that was built according to the design of the architect Friedrich Adam in May of 1872. The palace was situated in the center of Pula over thirty years, and had its own Mediterranean park. Since Pula was the naval port of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, the palace was frequented by Austro-Hungarian officers and their families with the aim of entertaining themselves. Today, the building is owned by the Ministry of Defense and is known as the House of Croatian War Veterans or the House of the Armed Forces. In the building there are two libraries, the first Marine Library, which was the central library of the Royal Navy, while other is owned by the Ministry of Defense, and that is the War library. The building open to all who wish to enjoy a variety of cultural programs such as exhibitions, concerts, lectures, gala evenings and the like.
Category: Other attractions,
Dobrilina, Pula 52100
44.86714, 013.84531 (44°52’01.7″N, 013°50’43.1″E)
GPS coordinates: 44.86714, 013.84531, (44°52’01.7″N, 013°50’43.1″E)
Address: Dobrilina, Pula 52100
The Home of the Croatian War Veterans is located in Pula in Dobrilina Street, across the Uljanik nightclub (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 Doma hrvatskih branitelja koji se nalazi u mjestu Puli u ulici Dobrilina, preko puta noćnog kluba Uljanik (od trga Foruma udaljen je oko 550 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 Domu hrvatskih branitelja koji se nalazi u mjestu Puli u ulici Dobrilina, preko puta noćnog kluba Uljanik (od trga Foruma udaljen je oko 550 metara). Hvala!
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