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Protector of Pula is Saint Thomas the Apostle, and the city's coat is yellow cross on a green shield. Symbol and pride of the Pula is Arena, stone Roman amphitheater from the 1st century, which today held a summer film festival and various musical performances.
From other architectural structures mention we Triumphal Arch, Gate of Hercules (the oldest preserved monument), Augustan Forum, Small Roman theater, large Roman theater, and the Monastery of St.. Francis Monastery and Church of Sv. Anthony and Pula Fortifications (down about twenty fortresses that surround Pula). In Pula, there are two museums, the Historical Museum of Istria and the Archaeological Museum of Istria, a theater, two libraries and a few cinemas.
The most important economic activities are shipbuilding, tourism, catering, trade, construction, financial and technological services. In Pula, the higher education act are Faculty of Arts, Teacher Training College, Faculty of Economics and Tourism, Polytechnic College and study business school. Pula coast boasts the more beautiful city beaches and sandy coves.
All other details you can find on web pages of Tourist board Pula.