Everybody knows the seven wonders of the world. Or at least they should know about them. COVID-19 situation brought us to a situation, where we are mostly “locked” on our couches, thinking about how much we would like to see any wonder in the world, but we can’t. Therefore, we started to think about which places in Slovenia we should go discover as soon as the restrictions are over. And there was a particular place that caught my eye. It’s called Butul, and it’s a family farm in Manžan (Istria, Slovenia). The fun fact is that they don’t have any village saints and for all the village parties they had, they had to “dedicate” them to beans (“fižoleti”) (it is tradition in Istria to name the local festivities after the saint of the village).