Church of Our Lady in Gradina
The Church of Our Lady in Gradina – an early Christian Church, dating from the 6th century, was enlarged in the 17th century by adding a semicircular apse, and has kept this shape to this day. On the right wall is a bricked stone with a carved cross, typical for the 6th century. To the left of the cross is a lintel which bears witness to the church living on through the Middle Ages. Today, it is a Baroque building, located on a shared graveyard of Betina and Murter, where old Croatian graves have also been found.