Krajné Čierno Church

Eastern Slovakia

This pyramid-shaped Greek Catholic church, dating to 1730 and consecrated by St Basil the Great, houses rare icons including a depiction of Jesus descending from the cross.

As with all the wooden churches in Eastern Slovakia, opening hours vary and you will need to call the phone number posted on the door to gain access.

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