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Settlements of East SLOVAKIA


Pichne (Pihnye or Tuskes)


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Below Snina Rock (1964)


1914 Zemplin County Map (714KB)


First Mentioned 1312
2001 Population 88 Rusyn, 161 Ukrainian, 282 Other

187 Orthodox, 147 Greek Catholic, 197 Other

1914 Population 397

6 Magyar, 11 German, 359 Ruthenian;

14 Roman Catholic, 373 Greek Catholic, 10 Jews

Village Names Pihnye or Tuskes

1312 Pihnye, Pyhnhe, 1773 Pihne, 1808 Pichne

Owners Originally in the Humenne Estate, later to the noble family Berhelyi in the 18th century.



In 1715 it had 13 vacant houses and 18 inhabited. In 1787, it had 646 inhabitants and in 1828, 793 inhabitants

Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977


1312 Pihnye, Pyhnhe, 1773 Pihne, 1808 Pichne. It belonged to Humenné town and in the XVIII century to the nobles Berhelyi. In 1715 it had 13 depopulated houses and 18 inhabited. But in 1787, it got 646 inhabitants and in 1828 793 inhabitants. During the History, its inhabitants were occupied in agriculture and as woodmen.  Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy


Orthodox Chrám Zosnutia Presvätej Bohorodičky


Greek Catholic Church:

Zosnutie Presvätej Bohorodičky 1867



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