Sugarramurdi ( Spanish Zugarramurdi ) is a municipality in Spain , part of the province of Navarre . It covers an area of 5.65 km². Population - 215 people (for 2010 ).
|Mayor||Jesus Maria Agerre Indaburu|
|History and geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 1 , in the summer UTC + 2|
|Population||212 people ( 2010 )|
|Telephone code||+34 948|
It is famous for the story that happened here at the beginning of the XVII century, when one of the residents of the village declared that she was a witch and regularly participates in sabbats in nearby caves with her neighbors. Then the Holy Inquisition arrested almost the entire population of Sugarramurdi and the surrounding villages (about 305 people), staging a trial in the case of the “Witch Village”, which lasted two years. As a result, in 1610, 40 villagers were accused of witchcraft, and 11 of them were burned at the stake.
- Sarre ( France , since 1995)
The film "The Witches of Sugarramurdi " (2013)