Torpedo, Rijeka

Categories: Architecture, City of Rijeka, Industry, Seaside

Built in the late 19th century, modernized on several occasions (the last modernisation took place after WWII), located on Milutin Barač Street, also known as Industrial Street, this torpedo launching ramp together with a warehouse complex still attracts attention because of its unusual appearance.

Torpedo, Rijeka

Built in the late 19th century, modernized on several occasions (the last modernisation took place after WWII), located on Milutin Barač Street, also known as Industrial Street, this torpedo launching ramp together with a warehouse complex still attracts attention because of its unusual appearance.

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