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“Beautifully renovated square”
16 Sep 2018
“nice little square”
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Carpaccio the artist, is famous for his special red paint. This colour is very similar the thinly sliced raw beef dish, invented in 1950 by Giuseppe Cipriani from Harry's Bar in Venice. The house where he lived is a protected monument.

Thank Drachsi
Reviewed 1 week ago

The square is named after a Venetian family, some member of whom supposedly lived here during the time that Venice controlled this part of Slovenia. It was connected with the salt trade which dominated Slovenia at the time. The square is quite small but has...More

Thank Ilmar T
Reviewed 16 September 2018

nice little square with a huge old warestore house. There is marina just steps away and some old streets to explore. Not far from the main square.

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Reviewed 19 February 2018

Nice little ancient square. Lots of history. Close to the marina, separated with the huge building. Easy accessable, with some restaurants.

Thank Natasa K
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Situated on the western end of the historical part of Koper / Capodistria, this square is separated from the sea by the huge porch that used to be the civic salt warehouse (a significant clue of the importance that this commodity once had for the...More

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