Vrana was once owned by the Templers of the 12th century with mystical stories of hidden treasures that are present still today. The newly rebuit most western Otoman monument in Europe – Maškovića han is a a caravanserai , an Otoman In just besides Lake Vrana. On the opposite sidelay remains of the medieval town of Vrana mentioned already in the 9th century. Vrana was the first Vatican embassy at those times, and the political potentates, Vrana priors, often determined the destiny of kings. A local boy, Jusuf Mašković, rose to the position of admiral – commander of the Turkish empire fleet and in his birthplace he built a han.
Remains of templar town and Maškovića han on Vrana In the proximity of Lake Vrana are the remains of the medieval town of Vrana.