Rijeka HarbourRijeka , Croatia
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Live webcam will take you to the Rijeka Marina, showing online a magnificent stretch of the sea coast with impressive buildings.
Rijeka in live camera is a vibrant city with Habsburg architecture, beautiful coastlines and seafront promenades, as you can see on this live stream. Due to its location on the shores of Kvarner Bay, Rijeka is known as the “gateway to the Croatian islands”.
Rijeka is the third largest city in Croatia after Zagreb and Split. It is located on the shores of Rječina River in the Adriatic Sea.
The city got its name from its location – near the Rhečina River (Rijeka, Reka, Fiume, Flaum).
The oldest attraction of the city with the harbor shown in the webcam, is Stara Vrata – the Old Roman gates of the antiquity. In the past, the part of the fortress wall that guarded Rijeka. The most popular attraction is the Trsat Castle on the hill with a gorgeous view of the city and the port water area in this online camera.
The historic center of Rijeka is the Old Town with narrow winding cobblestone streets, beautiful houses with red tiled roofs amidst green spaces.
Most popular street in Rijeka in the webcam is Krozo Pedestrian Street, which starts at the foot of the notable Baroque City Clock Tower. Among the religious monuments stand out: the Capuchin Catholic Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, the Church of St. Jerome, the Cathedral of St. Vitus.
Other attractions of Rijeka:
- Rijeka Oblique Tower – a tilted Venetian tower from the 14th century.
- The region of Trsat, where the Celts lived in past.
- Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art with paintings, sculptures, posters, film and video works.
- Pomeranian Museum – the main museum in Rijeka, telling about the history of the region. It houses archaeological finds, exhibits from antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, nautical charts and ship equipment, collections of personal belongings of famous residents of Rijeka. A bright pearl of the museum’s collection is the collection of watches from the 18-20th centuries by European masters.