The great number of preserved frescoes to be seen on the relatively small territory of the Istrian peninsula is amazing.
These frescoes can be tracked back to the turn of 9th century, but it is during the 11th century that they started to
be produced in great number.Istrian frescoes are vivid and authentic art works, nearly all of which can be seen in
little churches scattered around small, picturesque Istrian towns or villages usually situated on secluded hilltops. At that time, a church wouldn’t be
considered finished if a painter hadn’t made frescoes.
Attraction on the path:
A town from Middle Age Groznjan City of artists, panorama to the Mirna river valley, part of old railway Parenzana, Motovun view,Breathtaking rolling landscapes are perfect for photographers