The topic of this master thesis is revitalisation of Salt storage in the City of Pag. It is purpose architecture which was built in the 17th century, when Pag was under Venetians and was extended by Austrian monarchy. Extraction of salt from sea water is an ancient activity in Pag. The Magazine, like inhabitants of Pag name the buildings, is a complex of nine storage buildings, which developed as an architectural counterweight to the center of the town of Pag. Today, after hundreds of years, the salt storages are impressive witness of industrial culture and the commercial nature of the embossed both of Venice and Austrian monarchy past. After an introduction to the history of town of Pag, the history of salt and storages is explained. Followed by description of consiting structure and the evidence of damages. The conclusion of this thesis is a concept for revitalisation for the oldest three storages and suggestion of a possible role for this complex in near future.