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  1. Istria County - Wikipedia

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    "Istrian Region") is the westernmost county of Croatia which includes the biggest part of the Istrian peninsula (2,820 km 2 (1,089 sq mi) out of 3,160 km 2 (1,220 sq mi), or 89%). Administrative centers in the county are Pazin, Pula and Poreč. Istria County is the most prominent Italian-speaking part of Croatia.

    • 2,813 km² (1,086 sq mi)
    • HR-18
  2. Istria County - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Istria County is the westernmost county of Croatia. It includes the largest part of the Istrian peninsula. The national park Brijuni and nature park Učka are in the county.

    • 2,813 km² (1,086 sq mi)
    • Croatia
    • 208,055
    • Pazin
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  4. Istria - Wikipedia

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    The peninsula is located at the head of the Adriatic between the Gulf of Trieste and the Kvarner Gulf. It is shared by three countries: Croatia, Slovenia, and Italy. Croatia encapsulates most of the Istrian peninsula with its Istria County (Regione istriana in Italian).

  5. Category:Istria County - Wikipedia

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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Istria County.: Subcategories. This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. B Buildings and structures in Istria County‎ (2 C, 21 P)

  6. Raša, Istria County - Wikipedia

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    Location of Raša Municipality within Istria County Situated in the valley of the Krapanski Potok (a tributary of the river Raša ), near the former village of Krapan in 1785. Raša was built as a " new town " during 1936-1937 as part of Mussolini's urban colonization of Istria and other Italian territories.

    • 10 m (30 ft)
    • Croatia
    • 3,183
    • Istria
  7. Novigrad, Istria County - Wikipedia

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    Novigrad (Italian: Cittanova or Cittanova d'Istria) is a town in Istria County in western Croatia.In Croatian it is also sometimes referred to as Novigrad Istarski to distinguish it from three other Croatian towns of the same name.

    • 27 km² (10 sq mi)
    • Istria
    • Croatia
    • Anteo Milos (IDS)
  8. Vrh, Istria County - Wikipedia

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  9. Grobnik, Istria County - Wikipedia

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    Grobnik (Italian: Grobenico) is a village in the Istria County, Croatia.Administratively it belongs to the municipality of Pićan.Originally an Istro-Romanian village, the last speaker of the language in the village, Liberat Pahor, died in 1998.

  10. Labinština - Wikipedia

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    It is located on the eastern coast of Istria County in Croatia, and was named after the city of Albona/Labin which had control of the territory. Istria County was occupied by many invaders throughout its history. The County was made up of 16 Comuni; one of these was Albona /Labin.

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