The village of Neblo in the lower Brda is composed of several hamlets which is usual for the villages that belonged to the Venetian Republic. Their Church of St. Nicholas from 15th century is a hamlet of some sort itself. The church has a Gothic presbytery, a pointed-arch Gothic portal at the front and Baroque furnishing. In front of the church there is a small square with a fountain. Golden altar of Venetian type was made in 17th century while probing also revealed traces of murals. Archaeological site Borg in the vicinity testifies to the importance of this place in the Antique: a Roman pottery workshop was located in Neblo.

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