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Burnum roman military camp is situated in the area of the present-day village of Ivoševci. The camp was built during the 1st century AD.
WHAT TO SEE IN BURNUM
In the area around the village of Ivoševci, on the right bank of the Krka, are the remains of the Burnum Roman military camp. The military camp was built in the 1st century AD. It has remained a well-preserved amphitheatre and the remains of arches that belonged to the military headquarters.
The camp was built in a strategically important position from which to control the crossing of the river Krka. The camp was created during the reign of Roman Emperor Claudius, and was extended during the reign of Emperor Vespasian. The camp was pitched by the 11th Legion of the Roman army. The Legion bore the honorary title Claudia Pia Fidelis from 42 AD. After withdrawal of the 11th Legion of honor, it was replaced by the 14th Legion of Flavia Felix. (Source: Krka National Park)
HOW TO GET TO THE BURNUM ROMAN MILITARY CAMP
Burnum Roman military camp is located within Krka National Park. However, given the relatively large distance between Burnum and other major attractions in Krka National Park, there are currently no organized excursion tours that include a visit to Burnum within a sightseeing tour of the park. Therefore, it is currently possible to visit Burnum only under your own organization. Tickets for entry to the Burnam Roman military camp can be purchased at the Information Desk in front of Burnum. Burnum can be visited in the period between April and November. The precise location of Burnum is shown on the Google map.
Entrance fee for adults for Burnum only: HRK 40
Entrance fee for children (from 7 to 14) for Burnum only: HRK 30
Children under 7 are free-of-charge.
Burnum Roman Military Camp
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