Molo Longo, Rijeka

Categories: City of Rijeka, Harbours and Ports, Industry, Seaside

This breakwater was built in 1888 and improved in the course of the 20th century. It opened for the public in 2009 only to become one of the most favourite promenades in Rijeka. It is 1707 meters long and provides a beautiful view on the city, the Adriatic and Opatija with its surroundings.

Molo Longo, Rijeka

This breakwater was built in 1888 and improved in the course of the 20th century. It opened for the public in 2009 only to become one of the most favourite promenades in Rijeka. It is 1707 meters long and provides a beautiful view on the city, the Adriatic and Opatija with its surroundings.

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