Nearby is the village of Plešivo with an interesting fortified hamlet of Jordano, once the property of Jesuits, serving as a climate resort for their ill brethren, friars and theologists. From the village, four doors led to four directions: to Medana, Plešivo, Fojana, and Krmin (Cormons). After the Jesuit order was abolished, the estate was bought by the Catterini family and let to be used by Dominican friars. During the agrarian reform after World War II, the hamlet was divided among several owners.

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