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Raša, the youngest town in Istria, was built in just 547 days to meet the needs of the local coal mine during the Italian rule, known as the fascist era. Originally named Liburnia, the settlement was later renamed Arsia (Raša) after the river of the same name, which defines the geographic and morphological features of the area. Mining activity dates back to the 17th century, and the modern mining settlement was built in 1936-1937 according to the project of the Italian architect Gustavo Pulitzer Finali. Raša is now a unique example of modern architecture and urbanism in Croatia.


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