Kurban means sacrifice in Bulgaria and also refers to a boiled meat dish prepared for ceremonial occasions, as in Agneshka Kurban Chorba, a Bulgarian soup with Turkish origin and is actually a boiled mutton soup. Kurban also refers to a Christian holy bread distributed by the priest every Sunday.

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