The making of “crepulja” in village Rujiste near Razanj, dates back to the XIX century. These crepuljas are made from two types of clay that are found on Crepulja hill. The process of production includes the digging of clay, mixing, pressing, hand moulding, drying, covering it in shavings of completed crepuljas, sprinkling with water, smoothing, smoke drying, baking, tying with a wire and covering them in the ashes from the fire. Razanj’s crepuljas are made in three sizes, with and without the hole in the middle. Crepuljas with a hole are used to bake bread while ones without holes are used to prepare meals.Traditionally men made crepuljas, but in modern times women are showing interest in learning and continuing production. The making of crepuljas in Razanj has been registered in the register of nonmaterial cultural heritage in 2019. under the serial number 47. More details on