|Location||Dljina, (Čačak), Serbia|
|Leadership||Serbian Orthodox Church|
During the Hadži Prodan's revolt in 1814, people found refuge in the cave. Turks discovered their hiding place and using straw and woods set it on fire, suffocating everyone inside. This incident also gave the name to the cave. In 1936 the remains were retrieved, fully cremated and buried in two stone sarcophaguses. They were paces in the cave's church altar apse, under the representation of the Jesus' Crucifixion.
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