Home to Croatian veterans, the palace was built in 1872 and was initially named as the Naval Casino. The building, which is over three decades old, still stands today in the very center of Pula, on the border between the historic core and the new part of the city, surrounded by its own Mediterranean park.
The veterans' home soon became a gathering place for the Pula elite at the time as a venue for professional lectures, as well as entertaining dance evenings, plays and concerts. It was also visited by famous people such as opera composer Franz Lehar, Emperor Francis Joseph I, Charles I of Austria, German Emperor Wilhelm II. and many others.
Today, for the residents of Pula and its surroundings, it is the most famous space for special events. This time, we transformed the Veterans' Home to provide an unforgettable celebration for the newlyweds and their guests.