Bouregi is a village in the Starorussky municipal district of the Novgorod region . Part of Nagovskogo rural settlement .
|Subject of the federation||Novgorod region|
|Municipal district||Old russian|
|History and geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||↗ 370  people ( 2010 )|
The village is located on the Psizha River, near the southern coast of Lake Ilmen , on the R51 highway ( Shimsk - Staraya Russa - Kholm - Velikie Luki ), 25 km north-west of Staraya Russa.
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The early settlement of the place where the village is located is indicated by mounds located nearby. It is first mentioned as Buryagi and the Buryazhsky Pogost in the scribal books of Shelonskaya Pyatina in the years 1498-1499.  .
The earliest building mentioned in the scribal books in 1499 and 1524 is the stone church “Great Nikola” in Buregah on the churchyard built in 1432 . In the Novgorod gubernia, the village belonged to the Korostyn volost of Starorussky district . At the beginning of the 20th century , 43 houses and 305 inhabitants were in the village of Burega  .
Until April 2010, the village of Burega is the administrative center of the now-abolished Buregsky rural settlement .
In accordance with Presidential Decree No. 176 of February 20, 1995 “On Approving the List of Historical and Cultural Heritage Objects of Federal (All-Russian) Value”, the Belfry of the Resurrection Council of the 18th century in the village of Burega  .
On November 20, 1968, an obelisk was erected along the road from Ilmen’s lake to the village in honor of the Yakut riflemen who died in Priilmenye. There is an inscription on the monument: "Eternal glory to the Yakut warriors who died in the battles for the liberation of the Starorussky region from the Nazi invaders in 1943." On the opening day of the monument, members of the delegation of Yakutia poured a handful of earth onto the foundation and poured Lena water into Ilmen.
Resurrection Cathedral with a bell tower
- 2010 All-Russian Population Census. 12. The population of municipal districts, settlements, urban and rural settlements of the Novgorod region . The date of circulation is February 2, 2014. Archived February 2, 2014.
- Provisions on the territorial planning of the draft master plan (NP of the former Buregsky rural settlement) . The date of circulation is January 6, 2016. Archived January 6, 2016.
- Dementievy K. I. and M. A. The printed word about Staraya Russa. N., 1990.
- Borisov rural settlement
- Presidential Decree No. 176 of February 20, 1995 “On Approving the List of Historic and Cultural Heritage Objects of Federal (All-Russian) Value” (inaccessible link)
- There are media files on Wikimedia Commons on the Church of the Resurrection of Christ (Buregi).