There is a saying in Banj –Who once drinks Banj water, never leaves Banj. So tiny is Banj, big-hearted since history, a place of good people proud of their Lady of Loreto, the church at the top of Mali Bokolj and Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian. However, Banj has not always been small, because until the 13th century, according to some records, the whole island was named Insula Bagni. This is supported by the found Glagolitic fragment of breviary from Banj, which is being kept in the Archaeological Museum in Split.
It has been a joyful place of company and gathering where the ancient Romans rested in the Antique thermal spa and baths, while paying everything in coins, so the few were forgotten. The laborious hands of Banj residents found, cleaned and put them in a safe place. However, not in order to keep them for themselves, but to proudly talk about the importance of the small, but yet large Banj.
Zadar archipelago is kept by a large number of islands. Pašman is one of them. It is situated only a few kilometers from the mainland and yet so close to the treasures of Kornati.
Pašman bb (p.p. 1)
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