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After Trieste, it crossed the Rižana, the Dragonja/Dragogna (Timavo) and, at Ponte Porton, the biggest Istrian river, the Mirna/Quieto (Ningus). Then it reached the Limski Kanal/Canale Leme (Limes), Dvigrad Due Castelli, Bale (Valle), Vodnjan (Dignano) and Pula/Pola (Pola), after which it turned towards Visače (Nesactium), reaching the Raša/Arsa (Arsia) River, crossing it, and continuing as a local road through Labin (Albona) and Plomin (Fianona) as far as Kastav/Castua (Castra), where it joined at an angle with the Via Annia.
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