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The old town of Krčingrad is situated on the peninsula between the lakes of Kozjak and Gradinsko in the perimeter of Plitvice National Park. In spite of its extraordinary geographic position, its history is not well known due to the lack of preserved written sources. Therefore, by interdisciplinary approach to the results of recent archeological excavations the paper aim to answer the questions who owned and who built Krčingrad. In order to do so the large scope of contextualization of preserved written sources is needed as well as analyzing interdependence between Krčingrad, County of Drežnik and Counts of Babonići, as well as existence of traffic corridor via Plitvice lake in the high middle ages and Krčingrad’s micro-location.