Red Bambina

Pula, Istria, Croatia, 2002: A bright red Fiat Bambina half fills a parking spot outside the fantastic Pula amphitheatre. The “Pula Arena” is the sole remaining Roman amphitheatre (27 BC -68 AD) to retain four side towers with all three architectural orders, and is also one of the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world.  The Istrian peninsular- (south of Trieste, west of Rijeka) is the largest peninsular in the Adriatic sea and is split between Croatia, Italy and Slovenia; however by far the biggest portion (89%) is Croatian. Historical influences are more pervasive, Pula in particular kinda felt (not to mention looked) more Italian…  Canon EOS 100/Sigma 28-105

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