Vrana is a small town near Vrana Lake, 6 kilometers from Pakostane and 13 kilometers from Biograd na Moru. It is a place of rich history and cultural heritage.In Latin sources, the town is called Aurana, Laurana and Arauzona. The fortress was mentioned as early as the 9th century and was then owned by Croatian kings. Throughout history, Vrana was under Venetian and Ottoman rule. The turbulent history is evidenced by the remains of a fortress from the Middle Ages, the best-preserved secular Ottoman monument in Europe - Mashkovicha han, and the remains of a Roman aqueduct.Vrana Lake is named after the town Vrana, since it is located nearby. Vrana Lake is the largest natural lake in Croatia and has the status of a nature park.
№91 in Cities of Croatia