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Tinjan (Italian : Antignana) is a village and municipality in Istria, Croatia.
Tinjan is located is 50 km north of Pula and 10 km southwest of Pazin, in the Draga valley. The Coat of Arms of Tinjan is azure on a base vert a tower argent behind walls of the same. This is based on the historical pattern.
According to the 2021 census, its population was 1,729 with 433 living in the village proper.The total population was 1,684 in 2011, distributed in the following settlements:
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