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Old 05-14-2019, 10:16 PM   #11
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Towards the end of the 18th century Vlach settlers came to Krushevo in two waves (1769, 1788) having fled Moskopole and villages in its neighbourhood after their destruction. During 1812-1821 these migration waves were joined by additional settlers from the Grammos mountain range. Krushevo (an unimportant settlement until then) turned into a prosperous centre of crafts and trade and acquired the characteristics of an urban area, rather than that of a rural one.



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https://macedoniancities.com/history/krushevo.asp

"The latest avalable documents state that Krushevo was mentioned for the first time in 1767 as a mezra (place with no population which has sometimes been inhabited and later on migrated or has never been inhabited and should have been given under possession of a landowner in order to inhabit it) of the landowner Husein-Bey together with Prilep and other villages. There is other Turkish and non-Turkish data which states that Krushevo existed as a settlement long before the 18th century. It seems that the first inhabitants of Krushevo were Macedonians who gave the name of the settlement."


The following Greek source, which I'm not endorsing, talks about the history of Krushevo:
https://hellenicnews.com/the-web-and...ander-templar/

"Settlements to the area that later became known as the town of Krushevo started in 1769 and lasted a little longer than 1779. The settlers came to Krushevo from such areas as the present day Greek region of Macedonia and Epirus, and even the present day Albania. They came to Krushevo for some very good reasons. The first settlement came about as a result of great raid the Yörük or Yürük Turks that took place toward the end of 18th century. The second wave during the administration of the infamous Ali Pasha of Ioannina. The rest of the waves took place because of other reasons. The main populations came from Naoussa, Monastiri, Tyrnavon, Megarovon, Vaskopolis, etc. (Ballas 1962, 18).

The first families came to Krushevo from Nikolitsa near Korytsa (Korce). These families found in Krushevo the only "Bulgarophone" family (sic) and one church made from reeds (Ballas 1962, 18). After these families from Nikolitsa came families from Lantopion, Grammosta, which is located on the Voion Mountain. The ones from Grammosta were Vlach speaking Greeks and came to Krushevo in two waves. The latter were flock herders nomads moving to warm areas during the winter and cooler areas during the summer (Ballas 1962, 19).

Another group that reached Krushevo were the Arvanites, Tosk speaking Greeks from Βυθικούκιον (present day Vithkuq, near Korce) led by their priest Fr. Eustathios and Opara led by their priest Fr. Yannakis. Their migration took place shortly after the migration of those from Nikolitsa. Because of their complete assimilation with local Greek population, a few families of the Arvanites used their language even at home by 1906 (Ballas 1962 19; Ditsias 1905, 10; Kirov-Majski 1935, 18-19)."

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Old 05-24-2019, 10:34 PM   #12
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KADE I DA SI NA 4 AVGUST VO KRUSHEVO DA SI - 2018

Video is in both Macedonian and Arman languages (some segments are in Macedonian, others in Arman):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grvQV4TZ9QQ

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Zisca Totsili, of Krushevo -- subtitles in Macedonian:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfU3rTPekA0

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