Stone field cottages, called bunja are spread all over the Mediterranean, and on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic are the most numerous in the surroundings of Šibenik and Zadar. These old cottages, of characteristic way of construction, are mostly circular, but they can be also rectangular or unsymmetrical.
Rašo’s bunja is the rarity because of its structure and construction. This building is a complex of two big and two small cottages. The most interesting building part of bigger cottage is the inner passage, ćemer, which leads from one room to another. One room, with a fireplace, served as a kitchen, and the other one for sleeping. Two smaller cottages served for keeping the livestock.