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The city of Zadar in Croatia lies on the Adriatic Sea coast, in the Dalmatia region of the country, and faces the islands of Ugljan and Pasman which are separated from Zadar by the Zadar Strait. The deep moat that used to separate the old city from the mainland has since been filled in. The city's structure was laid out in Roman times, during the time of Julius Caesar and the Emperor Augustus, who fortified the town with walls, towers and gates. There was a forum, basilica and temple in the west of the town while outside there was an amphitheatre and cemeteries.
Still visible today, and partially preserved, is the aqueduct that was built to supply the town with water and inside the ancient town, a medieval town had developed which prompted the building of churches and monasteries. The Roman Forum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Zadar and is the largest on the eastern side of the Adriatic. It was built by Augustus, as shown by two stone inscriptions about its completion dating from the 3rd century.
Ferry services from the town's port depart 7 times a week to Ancona in Italy. The crossing time for this service is around 6 hours.
Cesenatico is a port town on the Adriatic coast of Italy with a population of about 20,000.
Today, Cesenatico is a popular tourist resort. It is home to the Marine Museum (Museo della Marineria), where historic fishing boats are displayed in the canal.