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Istria
Sovinjak and Draguc
Istria
One of the most scenic routes heading out of Buzet is the one that climbs southwards to the hamlet of Svi Sveti (actually more of a road junction than a place), then follows a mountain ridge towards Cerovlje on the Pazin–Rijeka road.
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Kotli
Istria
The half-abandoned hamlet of KOTLI, 2km northwest of Hum, has become something of a cult destination among summer bathers. It's here that the young River Mirna tumbles through a series of small depressions carved out of the smooth local limestone
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Hum
Istria
Just 6km east of Roc, a minor road leads south through rolling pastures towards the minuscule settlement of Hum. The road itself is known as the Glagolitic Alley (Aleja glagoljasa) after its series of open-air concrete sculptures
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Roč
Istria
About 10km east of Buzet, flamed against the backdrop of the limestone wag of the Ćićarija, the dainty village of Roč sits snugly behind sixteenth-century walls so low that the place looks more like a child's sandcastle than an erstwhile medieval strongpoint.
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Buzet, Roc, Hum and around
Istria
East of Motovun, the road to Buzet follows the course of the Mirna Valley as it gradually narrows, running between wooded crags. Roughly midway between Motovun and Buzet, the small settlement of ISTARSKE TOPLICE
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