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Settlements of East SLOVAKIA


Klenova (Klenowa)



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Online Historical Book:

Below Snina Rock (1964)


1914 Zemplin County Map (714KB)


First Mentioned 1548
2001 Population 98 Rusyn, 18 Ukrainian, 431 Other

408 Orthodox, 128 Greek Catholic, 18 Other

1914 Population (Kelen) 843

13 Magyar, 42 German, 768 Ruthenian;

13 Roman Catholic, 786 Greek Catholic, 43 Jew

Village Names Klenowe, Klenowa, Klinowa, Kelen

1548 Klenau, 1773 Klenowe, Klinowa, 1786 Klenowa

Owners Originally in the Humenne Estate, later to the noble family Hadik-Berkóczy.




It's inhabitants were occupied as woodworkers and coal men.

Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977


1548 Klenau, 1773 Klenowe, Klinowa, 1786 Klenowa. Its first mention is in 1548 as a possession of Humenné town. In the XVII century it belonged to Hadik-Berkóczy family. During the History, its inhabitants were occupied as wood-workers and as coalmen.  Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy




Greek Catholic Church: Zosnutie Presvätej Bohorodičky 1996 (new), Zosnutie Presvätej Bohorodičky 1806 (Old)


Orthodox Chrám Zosnutia Presvätej Bohorodičky

Affiliated Parish: Ruská Volová – Chrám Narodenia sv. Jána Krstiteľa





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