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Prislop (Kispereszlo)

 

 

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Village Information

Village Links

Regional

Hay Racks in Nová Sedlica, Ulič and Prislop

Reference in Wooden Church book from Folk Museum of Ukrainian Culture at Svidnik

Online Historical Book:

Below Snina Rock (1964)

History of the Ulic Valley, 2002 (rewrite of the 1996 version)

Short article from Slovak Spectator, 2006

1914 Zemplin County Map (714KB)

Highlights

First Mentioned 1568
2001 Population 88 Rusyn, 161 Ukrainian, 282 Other

187 Orthodox, 147 Greek Catholic, 197 Other

1914 Population 159

4 German, 153 Ruthenian;

153 Greek Catholic, 5 Jew

Village Names Kispereszlo
Owners Originally in the Humenne Estate, then to the Paulin monks of Trebišov.  In 1820, it passed to the Prešov Greek Catholic Archibishopric.

 

History

 

Its residents were primarily employed in agriculture.

Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977

 

Prislop was liberated on 26 October 1944.

 

1568 Prislop. mentioned for the first time in 1568, it belonged to the Humenné town. After (XVII century) it passed under the dominion of Paulin monks of Trebišov. In the 1820 belonged to the Greek-Catholic Prešov Archibishopric. During the History, its inhabitants were occupied in agriculture.  Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy

Church

Orthodox Chrám Zosnutia Presvätej Bohorodičky

Affiliated Parish: Dara – Chrám Narodenia Presvätej Bohorodičky

 

Greek Catholic Church Zosnutie Presvätej Bohorodičky 1993.  The church is affiliated (managed) by the church in Topola.

 

Photos

Orthodox Church

Copyright 2005, Brano Klocan

Used with Permission

More photos by Brano Klocan

Surnames

Photo Credit - Vasil Fedic, 2002.

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