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The succursal Church of St. Martin is mentio-ned for the first time in the 16th century.
In his Corografia Ecclesiastica from 1700, the Bishop of Koper, Paolo Naldini, says that the patron of the church is St. Martin of Tours, while the side altars are dedicated to the famous martyrs St. Sebastian and St. Valentine. The high altar depicts the image of St. Martin on a horse, a handicraft from the early 20th century, while St. Sebastian and the Saints are from the first half of the 18th century. The images of Mary with Child and St. Martin on the church flag date back to 1908 and there is also a beautiful stone stoup inside the church. This single-nave church has a flat ceiling and is paved with large stone slabs. The slightly elevated presbytery is separated from the nave by a semicircular arch. The church was refurbished in 1892 and again in 1983. The slender bell tower (21.39 m) was built in 1841, as evident from the inscription on the lintel above the portal.