Ubla, Ubľa (Ugar)
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Ubla is a Slovak Republic gateway to Ukraine. Within it's reaches are the infamous Slovakia-Ukraine border crossing, where waits of several hours are typical while the Ukraine guards try to shake you down. Ubla is one of the poorest regions in Slovakia.
Owned originally by the Humenne Estate, it later passed to the noble families Szirmay, Dernáth and Schmidegh families. It was lastly owend by the Lobkowitz family beginning in the 19th century.
Throughout its history, its inhabitants were employed as woodsmen.
Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977
1567 Oblia, 1773 Ubla. It is md for the first time in 1567 as a Humenné town possession. Between the and the century it belonged to noble families Szirmay, Dernáth and Schmidegh, to pass definitively to Lobkowitz family in the XIX century. During the History, its inhabitants were occupied as woodmen. Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy
Greek Catholic Church, Saint Mikuláš, 1826
Orthodox Chrám sv. apoštolov Petra a
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Last Update: 05 July 2007