The Dubrova Sculpture Park is a suggestive Croatian park surrounded by valleys and natural highlands, which covers over 33 hectares of land, partly surrounded by the traditional drywalls.
The Park was created through the activities of the Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium (MKS), an international event born in 1969 by the artists Josip Diminic, Quintino Bassani and Milena Lah. Since the 1970s the MKS has enriched the collection of stone sculptures in Istria, as a dedication to the beauty of Istrian stone, fascinating for its persistence and symbol of the city of Labin. The collection inside the park is more than 70 sculptures and was created by hundreds of sculptors from all over the world.
Inside there is the promenade of the Bijela cesta (White Road) and the Dolac Amphitheater, in which there are performances of art, theater and concerts.
The Park is located at the entrance to the town of Labin, near the main road Pula – Rijeka.
It is open to visitors all year round, 24 hours a day and admission is free.