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.