Kožbana is the largest village of the so-called Kožbana Corner, the extreme western part of Brda that used to be economically most closely connected with Cormons and Cividale and where wood, cattle and chestnut were the mainstay of the people. In the center of the village rises the Gothic Church of St. George which was enlarged in 19th century and its interior was baroquized. Its right altar belongs to the so-called group of golden altars and was created in 1687. According to traditional belief there was an older chapel on the site of the present church which is said to be the oldest church in Brda.

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