The municipal administration of Pula is headquartered in the Communal Palace (in Croatian: Komunalna palača u Puli; in Italian: Palazzo Comunale), which is situated on Forum Square, the city’s central hub.
Positioned at the northern extremity of the primary square within Pula’s historic district, known as Forum Square, the Communal Palace has a history dating back to Ancient Rome. This site has served as a location for public structures since that time. Initially, it was part of a trio of Roman temples, with only the Temple of Augustus remaining today. The Temple of Diana, on the east, transformed into a basic city hall from the 9th century onwards.