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This theatrical play about the return of a Roman general and Emperor’s son, Crispo, is dramatised at an authentic Roman villa located at Vižula, not far from Medulin, at a real archaeological site. The story takes us back to ancient times, during the rule of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. In the year 326 this emperor proclaimed his son Crispo as heir to the throne of the Roman Empire. This did not please Crispo’s stepmother Fausta, who was much younger than her husband Constantine. Fausta decided to become the lover of the future heir in order to ensure her position at his court, but young Crispo refused her and was punished by the fury of the scorned and powerful Fausta. According to legend, Crispo was imprisoned and killed at the country villa at Vižula. This experience will take you directly to a real Roman feast prepared by old Roman recipes. From bread to oatmeal, fi sh, shellfi sh, spicy sausages, various cakes and honey breads, you will eat just like the ancient Romans did. Experience the spirit of ancient culture at an authentic archaeological site.

The year is 326, and Crispo has just returned from war and his father, Constantine the Great, declares him his heir. Fausta, Crispo’s stepmother, tries to seduce him but does not succeed and decides to seek her revenge. This play takes you into the world of Roman plots and intrigues, love, hate and revenge, followed by a feast of dishes made according to ancient Roman recipes.


ISTRIA - fascinating landscapes, medieval towns which surge in the foggy mornings as if by magic, views on the dormant valleys, intertwined with white footpaths, tales, fables, legends, a rich history and irresistalbe delicacies are all a guarantee of intense pleasure for all senses.
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Four days of Istria will stimulate all your senses. Choose a package and activities by your own preferences and create your unique holiday.
from 378 €

Location: Medulin

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