Brkini and Brandy-Making
The green meadows of Brkini have long since been a home to fruitful orchards, adding an authentic essence to the local spirits.
Magical Wreaths of St. John
Every midsummer night, people used to practice special customs associated with the magical powers of plants.
Of Stone and the Karst
The millennia-old tradition of Karst stonemasonry continues to produce masterfully crafted products, telling their story of stone.
Castle on a Rock
Mysterious castle ruins, surrounded by pastures on one side and a river on the other, are rich with stories and legends from the past.
Life of Shephards
Nowadays, very few people rear the native Karst sheep - a resilient and friendly breed with stranded wool, adapted for pasture on rocky terrain.
A Tale of Brkini Folk Costume
When the Uskoki nation settled in the Brkini region, they brought along their culture and their traditional costume, which reflects a simple and harsh way of life.
Dry-stone walls are a unique cultural element of Brkini and the Karst, and the art of dry-stone building a unique mastery developed by our ancestors.
A Tale of Primorska Folk Costume
Details of hand embroidery that adorn the Primorska folk costume carry emotions, aspirations, longings, sufferings and hopes for a better world.
A Weaver's Soul
Basketry used to be present in every home - at least one family member would weave objects used for farm work.
Of Whistle and Horn
To pass the time during pasture, young shepherds used to craft wooden whistles, horns or crackers.
Apples from the Brkini region have a distinctive taste, with their quality being known far and wide, even as far as the Viennese court.
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