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Porec

Porec
Information about Porec
Porec is a Croatian city of 17,460 inhabitants located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. It is one of the major tourist centers in the region.

Of ancient Roman origins, it developed around the port, protected by the islet of St. Nicholas (now in Croatian Sveti Nikola). The city's population is around 7,600 people, residing largely in the suburbs; including the entire municipal territory (142 km²), the population is close to 20,000 units.

The area has about 37 km of coastline including, from the north, between the river Mirna (Mirna), south of Cittanova (Novigrad), and Fontane (Funtana), near Vrsar (Vrsar). Porec is a bishopric with the Diocese of Pore? and Pola, suffragan of the Archdiocese of Fiume.

Venice

Venice
Venice is an Italian city of 261 401 inhabitants, about 400 000 in the whole urban area, the capital of the homonymous metropolitan city and the Veneto region. It is the first municipality in the region by population and eleventh in Italy and the first in Veneto by area. The municipality of Venice includes both island and mainland territories and is organized around the two main centers of Venice (at the center of the homonymous lagoon) and Mestre (in the mainland).
The city of Venice has been the capital of the Republic of Venice for more than a thousand years and is known in this regard as the Serenissima, the Dominant and the Queen of the Adriatic. Due to its urban features and its artistic heritage, Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and is included, together with its lagoon, among the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Italy: this factor has contributed to making it the third Italian city (after Rome and Milan) with the highest tourist flow, mostly coming from outside Italy.