The mild Mediterranean climate, clean air and sea were the main conditions because of which Poreč became one of the most popular destinations in Istria. The numerous natural beauties were protected thanks to activities of institutions for protection, maintaining and promoting the originality and authentically of nature Nature Histrice. At the area of Poreština are a few valuable geomorphologic monuments which are accessible for visitors.
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Poreč history : Thanks to many archeological findings it believes the Poreč’s Citadel was inhabited by Histrians in the Neolithic. In the 2nd century Before Christ Romans had built settlement and forum which is kept till these days. Poreč have been diocese since the 3rd century, and the first bishop had been exiled and tortured from the Roman Rule, but he became the protector of the city. At the place where he was tortured the Early Christian Cathedral was built in 4th century, and in the 6th century bishop Eufrazije had order the construction of the basilica which in 1998.year came under the UNESCO protection. The Slavenian had inhabited this area in the beginning of 7th century. During the centuries many rules had changed. As a part of Austrian- Hungarian Monarchy in 1861.year became a capital of Istria. After the Second World War in 1943.year, Istria became part of Croatia, which in the 1990.year became independent.