Balbi's Arch

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Balbi's Arch

Balbi's Arch (Croatian: Balbijev luk), in Rovinj, Croatia, was built in 1678–79.[1] The arch leads to Grisia Street. On one side, there is the carved head of a Turk while on the other side is the carved head of a Venetian. It stands on the site of the old town gate.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stari grad". rovinj.hr (in Croatian). City of Rovinj. Retrieved 4 January 2015. 
  2. ^ http://www.frommers.com/destinations/rovinj/A35138.html

Coordinates: 45°04′55″N 13°38′03″E / 45.0819604°N 13.6341029°E / 45.0819604; 13.6341029