Hum, Croatia

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subdivision_name1 = Istria
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website = [http://www.hum.hr hum.hr]
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Hum (Italian: "Colmo"; German: "Cholm") is a village in the central part of Istria, northwest Croatia, 7 km from Roč, 14 km southeast of Buzet on a hill above the Mirna valley. The elevation of the town is 349 m. This small fortified habitation has maintained all the features of medieval urban architecture and organization.

Hum has a population of only 23 people, but is officially a town, and is the Guinness World Record holder for the smallest town in the world.Fact|date=July 2008 The town museum displays a few Glagolitic writings.

External links

* [http://www.hum.hr/ Official Site]


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