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Ližnjan (Italian: Lisignano) is a village and municipality in the southern part of Istria, Croatia, 12 kilometres (7 miles) south-east of Pula, 2 kilometres (1 mile) north-east of Medulin; elevation 61 metres (200 feet). Chief occupations are farming and tourism (horsemanship). Ližnjan is located on the regional road Medulin - Sisan.
First mentioned already in AD 990. A partition limestone plate with the indigenous early Croatian wattle (pleter) from the second half of the 10th century was found there. In the Kuje Bay a limestone capital dating from the middle of the 15th century was found, as well as an early Christian lamp with the figure of Jesus Christ - Good Shepherd, bricks with workshop marks, and remains of the walls of an antique building.