Podsabotin is a village through which a road from Solkan leads to Hum and further on to Brda. Numerous hamlets that once belonged to Šentmaver (San Mauro) (which came under Italy after World War II) were rather remote until the construction of the so-called Osimo road on the slopes of Sabotin. After World War I, architect Fabiani drew up a plan for the renovation of the hamlet around the Church of St. Nicholas which, however, was destroyed during World War II.

The second, typical countryside church with a stone bell turret, stands in the Podsenica hamlet and is dedicated to St. Lawrence. It was also destroyed during World War II but was rebuilt soon after. In the village there is a memorial dedicated to Mirko Zimic and other fallen and victims of World War II.

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