Church of St. Anastasia, Brestovica
According to oral tradition, there was also a stopping place and rest area for pilgrims on their way to San Giovanni di Duino/Štivan Monastery.
The Succursal Church of St. Anastasia on a low elevation in Brestovica pri Komnu. It was built in either the 15th or 16th centuries, and consists of a small nave and a presbytery, where a wooden Baroque altar with a statue of St. Anastasia is placed. On the ceiling of the presbytery is an interesting painting representing the Holy Trinity. After World War I, the entrance and belltower were modified. In the same place, an independent belltower shaped like a bellflower had stood. It was destroyed during World War I. According to oral tradition, there was also a stopping place and rest area for pilgrims on their way to San Giovanni di Duino/Štivan Monastery. In 1988 the villagers completely rebuilt the church.
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