At the site of Mala Kras, just a few kilometres south of Punat, there are the remains of the Romanesque church of St George. The walls on the west side of the church are the remains of a late antique farm building which was, just like the one in Kanajt, partially transformed into a church in the 6th century. The original church was slightly larger than the existing one – its contours can be seen in the foundations of the apse of the Romanesque church. Graves were found around the church, which are related to the first stage of the sacral structure. In the pre-Romanesque age, the church was refurbished. Today we can see only the remains of the church from the 12th and 13th century, while only the foundations of the church from the 6th century were preserved.