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The area of Medulin has been inhabited since prehistoric times, as evidenced by remains of settlements built with dry stone walls on the hilltop, surrounded by concentric circles. The parish church of St. Agnes, dating back to 1894, with two identical bell towers added to the semicircular apse in 1912, represents a significant architectural feature of this area. The Romans also recognized the beauty of this region and built their villas here, with the most magnificent one constructed in the 4th century AD on the Vižula peninsula. Today, the Vižula Archaeological Park is established on the peninsula, offering a wealth of amenities such as restaurants, playgrounds, an adventure park, event stages, and archaeology schools, providing an exceptional experience for visitors of all ages.


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