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The Slovaks who settled this village a full 250 years ago have held on to their customs to this day. Even today you can see women clothed in multiple layers of skirts, and brides still wear the parta headdress on their wedding day. In Vojvodina, the Slovaks belong to the Evangelical (Lutheran) confession, except in this village where there are also Catholics. The village has a healthy organic food production plant. There is bed-and-breakfast accommodation, a traditional folk exhibition, a souvenir shop, a tour of the healthy food factory, “dressing the bride”, a bike ride in Slovak skirts, a shave from the barber for the men and folk dancing. The Slovaks in this part of Vojvodina are famous for their production of kulen, spicy dried sausages made of the highest-quality meat.


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