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Claustra Alpium Iuliarum

is a Late Roman barrier system, which guarded the crossings to Italy between the 3rd and 5th centuries. The stone walls, which were in some places positioned in several lines, were supplemented by towers, fortlets and forts. The mighty system stretched from today's Rijeka in Croatia to the Bača Ravine (Baška grapa) in Slovenia.

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A New Trail Along the Roman Barriers

Spend an active day in nature and take a stroll along the trail at Kobilji curek. The geological path in Kobilji curek is distinguished by its exceptional geological diversity, namely six types of rock appear…

A new Guide to the Late Roman Barrier System (CAI)

The updated Guide to the Late Roman Barrier System claustra Alpium Iuliarum was released recently! We have also updated the contents of the previous edition of the guide with interesting new information. These include descriptions of…

Workshop “Development of cultural-tourism product: synergy of cultural and natural heritage as a guarantee of sustainability”

We kindly invite you to join us on the workshop ”Development of cultural-tourism product: synergy of cultural and natural heritage as a guarantee of sustainability” on Monday, 23th December 2019 at 12:00 in Natural History…

Clean up event (Studena)

Within the CLAUSTRA+ project we kindly invite you to join us on the volunteer clean-up event of the late roman barrier wall claustra Alpium Iuliarum, on Thursday, 12th December 2019. The clean-up event will take…

Soldiers guard the fort in colourful Late Roman combat equipment. Take a walk through our gallery and experience the past!