The Church of Saint Francis and the Franciscan Monastery of Saint Domnius (Kraj)
As one of the most recognizable cultural monuments of Pasman Island, the Monastery of Saint Domnius is located along with so named church in Kraj. The history of this complex is connected with the financial and real-estate donations of a noblewoman Pelegrine Grisogono from Zadar. Construction of the complex has had several phases. The church of Saint Francis was first built as a freestanding building in the Gothic style in the mid 1380s. Already in 1389, Peregrina donated the church along with the property and associated facilities to the Franciscans expelled from Bosnia. Three years later she donated them all remaining properties, all cattle and funds for the construction of monastery building of Saint Domnius. How this Franciscan monastery in the spiritual sense meant to Grisogono family but also to other members of Zadar's patrician oligarchy is witnessed by a large number of testamentary gifts, which makes it far ahead of other religious objects on the island of Pasman.