A man, a descendant of the the Czechs, carries a milk container.

The Czech villages were settled in the early 1800’s by Czech natives who were lured into this region by a rich and unscrupulous Romanian lumber merchant named Mad’arli. Several years later when the forests had been cleared, Mad’arli disappeared and was never heard from again. Having overcome the extremely difficult beginnings by this time, the immigrants were settled and decided to stay on in these villages, many of which exist today.