Kostanjevica na Krki is the smallest and only Slovenian inhabited town on the island, hiding in the gentle embrace of the Krka river. Situated between the Krakovo forest, plains of fertile fields and the hilly Gorjanci range, the town has been, throughout history, an inspiration to numerous great people and artists. Myths and tales representing thousands of different faces of natural and cultural heritage have sprung up and stayed. Heritage lives in historic houses, important churches, memorials, and unique wooden river bridges connecting people and places. The impressions are conveyed through creativity of artistic tradition in gallery collections and park of wooden sculptures named Forma Viva.