On the neighboring hill stands the village of Vedrijan, a true landmark visible from everywhere in Brda due to its church and a bell tower from 6th century. It was first mentioned in 1319. During World War I, a refugee center for refugees from other Brda villages and a hospital were located in the village, while during World War II, the Kojsko command headquarters was stationed there. Vedrijanšček, the creek below the village, was once crossed by two bridges from the period of Illyrian Provinces. Only one of the five mills that used to operate on the creek is partly preserved today.

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