Banitsa

[ruins] Banitsa (Καρυαί - Karié, Bulgarian/Macedonian: Баница, Banitsa or Banica) is a deserted former village in Serres regional unit, northern Greece. Its ruins are situated some 15 km north-east of the town of Serres, near the present-day village of Oreini, on the southern slopes of the Vrontous mountains. During the Ottoman
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Banitsa

Banitsa (Баница, also transliterated as banica and banitza) is a traditional Bulgarian food prepared by layering a mixture of whisked eggs and pieces of cheese between filo pastry and then baking it in an oven. Traditionally, lucky charms are put into the pastry on certain occasions, particularly on New Year`s Eve. These charms may be coins.
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