Region of Istria
The Region of istria
ISTRIA is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and multi-lingual community which recognizes and protects the free speech of the citizens and protects the dignity of the individual
ISTRIA is an area in which every citizen and community hold the complete right of expression, respect, security, and development of social, ethnic, religious, cultural, political, and linguistic freedom and awareness
ISTRIA is an area which, respecting the uniqueness and the wholesome of the Republic of Croatia, and especially the integrity of its borders, tends towards regional self-government and trans-frontier collaboration
Administratively, the Istrian county is divided in 41 territorial units of local self-government - 10 towns and 31 municipalities.
The towns are: Buje-Buie, Buzet, Labin, Novigrad-Cittanova, Pazin, Poreč, Pula, Rovinj-Rovigno, Umag-Umago, and Vodnjan
The municipalities are: Bale, Barban, Brtonigla-Verteneglio, Cerovlje, Fažana, Funtana, Gračišće, Grožnjan-Grisignana, Kanfanar, Karojba, Kaštelir - Labinci, Kršan, Lanišće, Ližnjan, Lupoglav, Marčana, Medulin, Motovun, Oprtalj-Portole, Pićan, Raša, Sveti Lovreč, Sveta Nedelja, Sveti Petar u šumi, Svetvinčenat, Tar-Vabriga, Tinjan, Višnjan, Vižinada, Vrsar, and Žminj