https://youtu.be/ROpRqHgHFJwTrifon Zarezan is a Bulgarian national custom observed on the 14th of February in honor of Saint Tryphon. It is celebrated as a holiday by vine-growers, falconers, gardeners, and innkeepers.
ABOUT THE VILLAGE
About Tserova koria
The village of Tserova koria is an old and very beautiful village.
It is located in the centre of a valley located between Veliko Tarnovo and the ridges of the Central Balkan Mountains.
History of the village
The geographical location of the village determines its historical significance from ancient times. It is one of the oldest settlements in the valley.
It originated during the Thracian period and was built one kilometre east of the present village around the Radomir river banks. It is not known what his original name was.
From the archaeological finds such as bronze, clay, copper, silver, gold and ceramic objects, iron tools and weapons – knives, swords and others, it can be assumed that the settlement dates from the late Iron Age …
- The village church – temple „St. Йоан/John Предтеча/Forerunner“ – after the fire in 1835 the building was restored.
- Monument in memory of those killed during the wars – 1912-13 и 1915-18.
- Monument of Dimitar Stoyanov (1838–1868) – rebel from the detachment of Hadji Dimitar, born in
- spring “Chergovets” – place for rest and picnics in the open air
Book“History of the village” was written in 1993 byCanka_sychkova, which she has written: “The search and collection of materials is not only my merit, but the work of the entire patriotic population of the village, which morally and materially supported me in the difficult endeavor. With readiness and responsiveness over 200 people told memories and legends, provided me with books, archives, magazines, newspapers, photos and manuscripts reflecting one or another event related to the history of the village.”
The Book “Memories and notes of Tserova koria” was wtitten in 1921 byIvan Cerov – Bulgarian educator и politician, born on 26 march 1857 in Tserova koria. Finish religious school in Lyaskovets monastery. He taught in Gabrovo, Svishtov, Varna and his native village. From 1890 he was inspector in Varna educational district, then he gave a textbook on Bulgarian literature for secondary schools. During 1909 – 1912 he was mayor of Varna.
Hristo Kunchev worked for many years in the Ministry of Interior system. He first started in the Public Order Conservation Department, CBS, and worked for 9 years in the traffic police in Gorna Oryahovitsa. He retired as a district inspector of Dobri Dyal, Kozarevets and part of Lyaskovets.
Daniela Yordanova take care for the village administrations, finances and organising of project developments, a chief specialist in the mayoralty.