The area has been populated by Slavic peoples since at least the 7th century.
In the 5th century Slavic peoples started to move into the area.
The first Slavic peoples arrived in the 5th century.
In the northeast they were replaced primarily by Slavic peoples.
Like others for many centuries in this part of the world, the Slavic people cremated their dead.
The Slavic people settled in the area from the 6th century.
This name has been noticed also among the Slavic peoples, especially in the folk stories.
Slavic and Turkic peoples have been in contact for hundreds of years.
Their use symbolizes the common origin of the Slavic peoples.
The village have been refounded in the 18th century with some of the pioneers being Slavic people.