The mausoleum of the Petrinović family is a monumental building that dominates over the Supetar cemetery. It was built in the Byzantine style with white Brač stone by the sculptor Toma Rosandić, who also learned the craft from the world-famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović.
It was made for Frano Petrinović, who travelled to Chile as a stowaway and became a rich emigrant, a ship and a mine owner there.
Apart from the appearance and size, it is an interesting fact that the mausoleum was supposed to be built by the famous Supetar sculptor Ivan Rendić, but his order was cancelled.
At the local cemetery, where the mausoleum is located, Ivan Rendić was buried and a large number of tombstones are his work. In the cemetery, there is also a small church of St. Nicholas, early Christian sarcophagi and the remains of a Roman villa from the 1st century.