Vodnjan (Dignano Italian) is a city in Croatia. It is located on a hill on the west bank of the Istria County, about 10 km north of Pula. The town is officially bilingual, Italian and Croatian. In addition, the Istriot Language is spoken. The place is characterized by numerous buildings of Gothic and Renaissance, u. a. a castle dating back to 1300. Already in Roman times there was the place under the name of Vicus Attinianum. In the church of Vodnjan is the second largest collection of relics of Europe, which also includes the mummies of Vodnjan.