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Settlements of East SLOVAKIA


Rovné (Rovnó, Rowné)



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Village Information

Village Links


Surnames (spreadsheet)

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

Online Historical Book:

Below Snina Rock (1964)


1914 Zemplin County Map (714KB)


First Mentioned 1414
2001 Population 12 Rusyn, 11 Ukrainian, 471 Other

12 Orthodox, 381 Greek Catholic, 101 Other

1914 Population Zemplénróna = 400,  15 Magyar, 8 German, 360 Slovak; 320 Roman Catholic, 60 Greek Catholic, 20 Jewish
Village Names Rovnó, Rowne, Zemplénróna

1273 Peteche, 1451 Peticse, 1808 Petice



Until 1414 it was a part of the village of Radoma.  Later it was a part of the Makovica village.  It was deserted starting with the numerous 15th century wars, until 1714 at which time a settlement was reestablished.

Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977

1414 Rovna, 1773 Rowne. Until 1414 it belonged to Radoma village. After it began a possession of Makovica. It was depopulated by the numerous wars of the XV century until 1714. Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy



Church - Greek Catholic, associated with MAŠKOVCE


Photos from


Surnames (spreadsheet) Compiled by Jim Nickel

PETRUNYO (researched by Mark Petruno, 2006)

Photo Credit: Jim Nickel, 2003


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