of the village a mountain has risen, which is called Leshegy (Ambush
Mountain) because according to tradition the sentry post of Máré
fortress could be found there. When the enemy approached, flame-signs
coming from Budvár hill were transmitted to the village from here.
the almost vertical rocky side of this mountain are the two caves of
Kőlik, where the people found safety when they were threatened.
There are two almost inaccessible caves, one above the other. The
lower cave (15 pace long, 10 pace wide) has a properly adjusted arch.
At the entrance are still visible the door hinges, which sustained
strong iron gates, there stands still the chimney of the fireplace,
and the querns niche. The higher second cave, which can only be
reached by experienced climbers, is smaller than the first one. The
two caves were linked with a “speaking tube”, which was used for
communication between the two caves – according to the tradition
bird language was used so that the enemy would not be able to
understand. From the windows of the higher cave the „chimney-cake”
(a traditional cake) was shown for the Tatars.