“Koshutin Kamak” area

In the 14th and 15th centuries, the Turks burned down the village of Strupets. They captured and killed the family of the most beautiful girl by the name of Koshuta. With the help of one of her brothers, she ran away and hid in the western part of the hill in Strupets. Unfortunately, the Turks found and killed her brother and wanted to force her to adopt their religion. She ran away, came to a large and very high rock, threw down and died, but did not deny her faith. Significantly, the descendants named the place, in honour of her heroism, Koshutin kamak (Kushuta’s rock)”.

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