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.

Defense Towers
Forts and fortlets
Clean up event (Gradišče near Rob)

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 Saturday, 14th of September 2019. The clean-up event will…

Project press conference

Dear media representatives and interested public, we invite you to a press conference on the progress and results of the project CLAUSTRA+ (Cross-border destination of cultural and green tourism Claustra Alpium Iuliarum), which will take…

First Consortium Meeting

Within the CLAUSTRA+ project, Cross-border destination of cultural and green tourism Claustra Alpium Iuliarum, co-financed under the Interreg VA Slovenia-Croatia Cooperation Program, we kindly invite you to the Consortium meeting Partnership for the Preservation and…

Evening walk alon the roman wall

Join us on a pleasant evening walk along the late-roman wall! The event is organized in the framework of the project CLAUSTRA+. DATE & TIME: Sathurday, 14th September 2019 at 19:30. > Read more 

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