The Istria Peninsula, where Rovinj is located, is the northernmost part of Croatia's Adriatic coast. It was named after the Histrians who lived in this area before the Roman Empire. Approximately BC. The Histrians, who settled in Istria in the 1000s, made their existence on this island almost uninterrupted by M.S. They were able to continue until the clashes began with the Romans in the 3rd century. After all, it is not everyone's fee to oppose the power of Rome! They were defeated, many of them dead or escaped. The rest became slaves. When the Romans colonized the region, they imposed Roman law and Latin as part of their social life. In the coming days we will visit the villages of Rovinj, Buzet, Labin, Porec and Pula.