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Pula's Roman amphitheatre to be turned into ice hockey stadium

Croatian Times

Medvescak ice hockey team from Zagreb, who play in the EBEL league, will play in undoubtably the most unique stadium they have ever played in when they play two matches in one of Croatia's most beautiful stages, Pula's spectacular Roman amphitheatre arena.

Croatia's best ice hockey club will play the matches as part of the ARENA ICE FEVER - Pula MMXII. The Roman amphitheatre in Pula in Istria, which has played host to some of the world's biggest muscians, will be turned into an ice hockey stadium for the matches which will be played on 14 and 16 September.

Medvescak will play Austria Vienna and Slovenian side Olimpia, writes website Tportal.

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  • Mirko wrote on 19. 06. 2012 from Italia

    What is a Roman amphitheater, bring respect for the history, culture and grandeur of Rome. W Istria Italian!


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