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Porec is a town and municipality on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, in Istria County, Croatia. Porec is almost 2000 years old, and is set around the harbor protected from the sea by the small island of Saint Nicholas. Porec has a population of about 12.000 residents. 

The area has been inhabited since prehistoric times. During the 2nd century BC, Roman Castrum was built on a tiny peninsula, where the town centre is now. Nowadays, Porec is a wonderful holiday destination, where people can relax and enjoy the places full of history and culture.

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Euphrasian Basilica is a wonderful basilica located in Porec and it is one of the best examples of Byzantine architecture in the Mediterranean region. For the most part, the basilica has retained its original shape. The church houses also holy objects and other artworks from the Palaeo-Christian, Byzantine and Middle Age periods. In a votive chapel, next to the sacristy, tourists can see the relics of Saint Maurus and Saint Eleutherius.

The Cave of Baredine is a wonderful natural cave located in Porec known to be the only open geological monument in Istria. The stalagmites in the cave are known for their curious shapes. One is said to resemble the Virgin Mary, other the leaning Tower of Pisa. The Cave is a wonderful and unique place to visit.

Lim Bay is another beautiful place near Porec, where tourists can take a walk, swim or rent a boat to get to the other side of the river. The name Lim comes from the Latin limes for Limit, referring to the position of the landforms at the border of two Roman provinces: Dalmatia and Italia.

Ancient Roman Castrum is still visible in Porec. The main streets are Decumanus and Cardo Maximus and are still preserved in their original form. Marafor is a Roman square with two temples attached. One of them, erected in the first century AD, is dedicated to the Roman God Neptune.