To the north from Neblo is the village of Hruševlje. In the past, the villagers were coloni of de Onesti landlord and later of the Jakončič family. There is an interesting Gothic Church of St. Margaret with the open roof construction and ornamented rafts, a wooden altar and wooden sculptures of St. Sebastian, St. Margaret and St. Rochus. An interesting stone bridge with two arches on a road to Slavče has a stone sculpture of John the Steadfast with a unique road sign from 1903 on its base: a fist with a pointing finger carved in a shallow relief and an inscription Belo-Slavče. At Peternel there is a memorial commemorating the fire set during World War II in which 22 people died.

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