Pula

Pula is the largest city in , , and the eighth-largest city in the country, situated at the southern tip of the , with a population of 57,460 in 2011.
Photo: Orlovic, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
The is a well-preserved Roman temple in the city of Pula, . Photo: Berthold Werner, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Stadium
Aldo Drosina Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Pula, , . Photo: El-Diablo, CC0.

Monument
Arch of the Sergii is an Ancient Roman triumphal arch located in Pula, . Photo: Sailko, CC BY 3.0.

City gate
The Dvojna vrata is a Roman located in Pula, . Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a village in the municipality of , in southern in . Photo: nikola pu, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is a village in the municipality of , in southern in .

Village
is a village in the municipality of , in southern in .

Pula

Latitude
44.8702° or 44° 52' 12.8" north
Longitude
13.8455° or 13° 50' 43.9" east
Open Location Code
8FPMVRCW+36
Population
57,500
IATA airport code
PUY
United Nations Location Code
HR PUY
Elevation
11 metres (36 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1830216906
Geo­Names ID
3192224
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Pula
  • Albanian: Pula
  • Arabic: Pula, Istria
  • Arabic: بولا
  • Armenian: Պուլա
  • Azerbaijani: Pula
  • Bashkir: Пула
  • Basque: Pula
  • Belarusian: Пула
  • Bengali: পোলা
  • Bosnian: Pula
  • Breton: Pula
  • Bulgarian: Пула
  • Catalan: Pula
  • Cebuano: Pula
  • Central Kurdish: پولا
  • Chinese: Pula
  • Chinese: 普拉
  • Croatian: Pula
  • Czech: Pula
  • Danish: Pula
  • Dutch: Pula (Kroatie)
  • Dutch: Pula
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: بولا
  • English: Pola
  • Esperanto: Pula
  • Estonian: Pula
  • Finnish: Polei
  • Finnish: Pula
  • French: Pula
  • Georgian: პულა
  • German: Pula
  • Greek: Πούλα
  • Gujarati: પુલા
  • Hebrew: פולה
  • Hindi: पुला
  • Hungarian: Pula
  • Hungarian: Póla
  • Icelandic: Pula
  • Indonesian: Pula
  • Irish: Pula
  • Italian: Pola
  • Japanese: プーラ
  • Kannada: ಪುಲಾ
  • Korean: 풀라
  • Latin: Pietas Iulia
  • Latvian: Pula
  • Letzeburgesch: Pula
  • Lithuanian: Pola
  • Lithuanian: Pula
  • Lombard: Pola
  • Macedonian: Пула
  • Malay (generic): Pula
  • Marathi: पुला
  • Min Nan Chinese: Pula
  • Mingrelian: პულა
  • Norwegian: Pula
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pula
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pula
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Pula
  • Persian: پولا
  • Polish: Pula
  • Portuguese: Pula
  • Romanian: Pola
  • Romanian: Pula, Croația
  • Romanian: Pula
  • Russian: Пула
  • Sardinian: Pola
  • Scots: Pula
  • Serbian: Pula
  • Serbian: Пула
  • Serbo-Croatian: Pula
  • Sinhalese: පුලා
  • Slovak: Pula
  • Slovenian: Pulj
  • Sotho, Southern: Pula
  • Spanish: Pola
  • Spanish: Pula
  • Swahili (generic): Pula
  • Swedish: Polei
  • Swedish: Pula
  • Tajik: Пула
  • Tamil: பூலா
  • Tatar: Пула
  • Telugu: పులా
  • Thai: พูลา
  • Tornedalen Finnish: Polei
  • Tornedalen Finnish: Pula
  • Turkish: Pula
  • Ukrainian: Пула
  • Urdu: پولا
  • Uzbek: Pula (Xorvatiya)
  • Uzbek: Pula
  • Venetian: Pola
  • Venetian: Poła
  • Veps: Pul
  • Vietnamese: Pula
  • Volapük: Pula (Kroasän)
  • Volapük: Pula
  • Waray (Philippines): Pula, Istria
  • Welsh: Pula
  • Wu Chinese: 普拉
  • Yiddish: פולא
  • Pluj
  • Pula - Pola

Other Places Named Pula

  • Village in Cagliari, Sardinia
  • Cagliari, Sardinia
  • Village in Veszprém County, Hungary
  • Hamlet in Chiayi County, Taiwan
  • Mimaropa, Philippines
  • Mountain Province, Luzon Cordilleras

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