Location: DOBRINJ, N 45 07.719, E 14 36.238
Large, small, covered in bushes or still accessible threshing floors, drywall structures locally known as gumna, are proof enough that it was not said in vain that our ancestors paid each piece of bread with at least one blister on their hands. Gumna were used to thresh grain. Before starting to thresh, the oxen (‘jarom’) were muzzled. Each grain was precious, each one counted. Think of that hard work when you come across a gumno.