Etulia (Tülü Küü) is the southernmost and the most remote village in Moldavian Gagauzia. Its first mention dates back to 1808. Due to its location, a unique climate has formed here for the breeding of a local culture. In other words, the nearest big cities, such as Comrat or Chisinau, are far away, so the Gagauz culture has been preserved in a more intact form in Etulia.
It is a small village, with one main road (also known as Lenin Street), along the edges of which there are houses and small roads leading to the valley and hills. Ordinary people live here mostly engaged in agricultural activities. People from Etulia, like many in this region, have to periodically leave their homes in search of work, but they still maintain a warm attitude towards their home place, and try to return back, because for the Gagauz people there is nothing more important in life than home and family.