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Wooden church from 1745

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Jalová is a village at the foot of the Bukovské Hills in the Poloniny National Park near the Starina reservoir. In the village there is a wooden Greek Catholic church of St. Grand Martyr George built in 1745. It is interesting that the whole church was relocated a total of three times (last in 1831). The church is registered on the list of national cultural monuments of Slovakia. It is a classic three-room temple with two towers, in which two bells are still located. The five-row iconostasis dates from the 18th century.

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A tour of the interior of the church can be arranged with Mr. Juraj Zubal, Jalová 27, phone +421 577 674 440 or with Mrs. Mária Pavlišáková, Jalová 32.

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