Archaeological Park Monkodonja (Rovinj)

Archaeological Park Monkodonja
Monkodonja is a hill fort occupied about 1800-1200 BC during the Bronze Age. It is located about 5 km south-east of Rovinj, and was discovered in 1953 when the first excavations were carried out. Since 1997, detailed research and a partial architectural reconstruction of the site is being conducted. It is possible that Monkodonja had close relationships with the Greek city Mycenae, as fragments of Mycenaean ceramics have been found.

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Monkodonja - Rovinj - www.croatia1.eu
Istra - Đir po Istri - Monkodonja - Muzika (Dario Marušić)

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Great experience!

It is one of the most fascinating places in Istra. For some reason, little known to tourists. It's so rare to see such a well-preserved Bronze-Age hill fort. We were alone there and it was unforgettable! You can feel the past days. Also, the view is superb. Brilliant!


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