Posedarje lies along the road at the confluence of the stream Bašćica in Novigrad Sea, 23 km northeast of Zadar. What engraving Zadar region which is located in the southern Croatian coast. Zadar area belongs to North Dalmatia, located in the micro-region levels districts.
History Posedarje is mentioned from the beginning of the 13th century.
It was first mentioned in Latin as Possedaria to rectify the Hungarian-Croatian King Andrew II. From 1219.godine.
Krbavski princes of the tribes GUSIĆ were given in the 14th century under the name Posedarju princes Posedarski.Upravo by them Posedarje in the Middle Ages a very familiar name.
Native Croatian Christian inhabitants began emigrating from Posedarje mainly during the Turkish attack.These won ends Turks brought a new population from its background, which are inhabited by the name of Vlachs.
Turks and Ottomans have repeatedly attacked Posedarje and 1571, 1646, 1662 and 1665 g. In the Turkish attacks multitude of Croatian population killed, captured and fled to his native hearth.
According to the census of inhabitants in 1527, Posedarje the timer 371 inhabitants, while in 1608 there are 175 inhabitants.
Croatian church historian Anthony Bogović says that 1692 g. In Posedarju were 210 Catholics and 24 faithful Christians of the Eastern Rite and Orthodox inhabitants.
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