There are two towers in the village – one is located in the flat area next to the Neretva (Ramić tower), while the other is located on a hilly area that was the property of the Hajduk family and that is why the local population calls it Hajduk tower. In later times, the tower became the property of the Duraković family. No information about the time of construction has been preserved. Based on the construction characteristics (thickness of the walls, rectangular shape and ground position of the entrance door, originally unplastered walls), it is possible to assume that it was built in the first period of tower construction in Bosnia and Herzegovina, i.e. at the end of the 16th or during the 17th century.