HUM (kleinste Stadt der Welt) in Istrien - Luftaufnahme mit Kirche + Steinhäuser


is the smallest town in the world, having only 30 inhabitants according to the census from 2011. The town is located in the heard of Istria, 14 kilometers southeast from the city Buzet. The town is famous for his Glagolitic Alley which is the touristic and cultural attraction of northern Istria. Glagolitic Alley (Croatian: Aleja glagoljaša) is a memorial composed of a string of eleven outdoor monuments dotting the road between the villages Roč and Hum in Croatia. The eleven (11) Sculptures were erected to honor the historical Croatian scribal tradition in Glagolitic script. The road is seven kilometers long. The Hum door, which is the entrance into the town, is the last sculpture of the Glagolitic Alley.

The national park Brijuni

is a truly Istrian jewel that is located on the north-western exit of the bay of Pula. The chain of islands which consists of 12 islands, is dominated by two larger islands that are called the Veliki und Mali Brijuni. From 1947 until 1980 these islands were the official residence of the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito. In 1983 the islands received a preserved status and since then they are a national park


Postojna Cave

is the most famous cave and one of the largest karst caves in the world. The most famous and at the same time the most attractive inhabitant of the Postojna Cave is the olm or proteus (Proteus anguinus). It is an aquatic salamander in the family Proteidae, the only exclusively cave-dwelling chordate species found in Europe.