Of all the artefacts that the Kornat hand had created the most important and most impressive is certainly the wall or, more precisely, dry stone walls. One of the basic features of the walls is their orientation. Since all large islands are elongated, all the walls are built from sea to sea, i.e. from one side of the island to the other.
The wall is exactly as high as it is necessary to prevent sheep jumping over it and crossing to someone's else's pasture. It is exactly as wide as it is necessary to prevent the force of the wind to break it.