Sutoki - a village in the Novgorod municipal district of the Novgorod region , belongs to the Borkovsky rural settlement
|Subject of the federation||Novgorod region|
|History and Geography|
|Center height||36  m|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||7  people ( 2010 )|
The village is located on the left bank of the Veronda River, at the confluence of the small river Zmeika .
This place was first mentioned in the Scribe books about the Tryasovskaya volost Shelonsky pyatiny in 1498  .
In the XV — XVI centuries. Day was a graveyard. On the territory of the churchyard was the Nikolsky Sutotsky Monastery. According to the inventory of 1628, after the Swedish ruin , one wooden church remained in the monastery and one cell from the buildings. At the beginning of the XVIII century, Sutotsky monastery was attributed to Klopsky . Then a new wooden church was built. The monastery also had a water mill. After its abolition of the Sutotsky Monastery in the 18th century, the wooden church was turned into a parish. Then, in 1862, it was rebuilt. After World War II, the church was moved to the neighboring village of Orlovo , and then dismantled. The church was on the banks of Veronda . Currently, a cemetery remains at this place. Here in the past there was also a monastery. From the received logs and boards in the village of Farafonovo was built a house for sports.
Until 1840, Sutoki was a large village with an inn and a postal station. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were 30 courtyards in it.
During the war, the village was almost completely burned by German troops . In the Soviet years, Sutoki was recognized as an "unpromising village . " Financing, and with it development stopped, as a result, the nearby small villages of Dubnya, Izori, Malye Sutochki disappeared.
The road coming from the A116 Veliky Novgorod - Shimsk highway approaches the village.
- Topographic map. Novgorod region. Scale 1: 200,000, 439 CEVKF, 1997
- 2010 All-Russian Population Census. 12. The population of municipal districts, settlements, urban and rural settlements of the Novgorod region . Date of treatment February 2, 2014. Archived February 2, 2014.
- Historical background (inaccessible link)
- Secretary L.A., Filippova L.A. According to Priilmen. Guide. Lenizdat, 1991.S. 106