The chapel was erected in the 14th or the 15th century.
In 1955, in gratitude to God for his life, Jure Fabijanić erected a Gratitude Cross in his hometown.
The chapel is located in a forest, east of Oštrobradići village.
Chapel served as a parish church for the presently abandoned village.
This chapel dedicated to the old Christian martyrs, Vitus and Modestus, was first mentioned in 1451.
To escape malaria inhabitants left the original village of Miholjice and relocated to this site.
The permit for the construction of a chapel in Turčići, issued by a bishop and Venetian doge to the priest Josip Turčić, dates back to 1781.
It was erected by the local priest Mate Kraljić in 1710.
It was erected in an area frequented by the locals in the 17st century.
It is one of the oldest chapels in Dubašnica.
The oldest preserved chapel in the Dubašnica area.
Petar Trp, erected a large cross on his land as a vow.
Place where freshwater spring flows into the sea.
The oldest and the smallest street in Malinska.
This is the only church that was built in the Dubašnica area in the past hundred years.
Porat was home to the Chapel of St Mary Magdalene. Until repair works on the Church of St Apollinaris were completed, Ivan Frankopan granted the settlers permission to use the Chapel.
Though the parish church of St Apollinaris is located in the village of Bogovići, its history has roots in another place.