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Prehistoric archaeological sites

The Istrian peninsula has been permanently inhabited from the Paleolithic Age and early men to Iron Age Histri.

The Istrian peninsula was inhabited during the Paleolithic Age, some 800,000 years ago. Until the Roman came, it had been permanently inhabited. This is witnessed by numerous artefacts ranging from the oldest stone tools made by an early man to monumental sculptures of Iron Age Histri.