The story that is passed down from generation to generation in the village of Beletinec speaks of a church that used to be located in the settlement, but was demolished long ago.
Test archaeological research has shown that it is a building complex that was heated, as evidenced by the rest of the firebox and the heating channel, i.e. the rest of the ancient “central heating” and could be characterized as a Roman economy, i.e. Villa rustica. The remains of the stone construction, which has been decorated for years, reminded the inhabitants of the remains of the church. This site is located on private property.