Kukkónia úvodná stránka

In popular culture, Kukkónia has been historically used to refer to Rye Island, a river island in southwest Slovakia. The name dates back to the time of the Tartar invasion when inhabitants developed a way of communication by imitating the croaking of the local fire-bellied toad to warn each other of approaching enemies. A non-profit organization named Kukkonia was established, with the mission to support the development of the region and preserve its values and traditions. Its main focus is to engage and support local citizens and entrepreneurs in agriculture, tourism and cultural...Read more

In popular culture, Kukkónia has been historically used to refer to Rye Island, a river island in southwest Slovakia. The name dates back to the time of the Tartar invasion when inhabitants developed a way of communication by imitating the croaking of the local fire-bellied toad to warn each other of approaching enemies. A non-profit organization named Kukkonia was established, with the mission to support the development of the region and preserve its values and traditions. Its main focus is to engage and support local citizens and entrepreneurs in agriculture, tourism and cultural activities. Under the Kukkonia brand a line of premium food products has also been developed that emphasises local origin and high quality.

 

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