Wooden Greek Catholic Church of St Nicholaus, 1658, NKP
Wooden Greek Catholic Church of St Nicholaus in Bodružal is one of the oldest wooden churches in Slovakia. The construction of the church dates back to 1658. The patron saint of the temple is Bishop Nicholaus, the Miracle Worker. Sant Nicholaus around the year 300 became the Bishop of Mir, in Asia Minor. He was distinguished by immeasurable charity. He is one of the favourite saints of Christians all over the world. He died of old age and was buried in the Church in Mir. He rested there until the year 1087 when his remains were transferred to the Italian port city of Bari.
The Greek Catholic Church of the Protection of the Holy Theotokos, 1923
The first Greek Catholic Church of the Protection of the Holy Theotokos in Kurimke was built in the second half of the 18th century. It was, however, destroyed by fire in the year 1915. The second wooden church under the same invocation was placed in the position of the first in the year 1923. It was completely finished only in the year 1930. In the 90s of the 20th century the church was plastered from the outside and at the same time its original character was destroyed.
Wooden Greek Catholic Church of the Protection of the Holy Theotokos, 1938, NKP
The original wooden Greek Catholic church in Nižný Komarník was probably erected in mid-18th century. The wooden temple burned down during World War I. The present wooden church was erected in 1938 and reconsecrated to the glory of the Theotokos, the Protector.
Wooden Greek Catholic Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian, 1924, NKP
The first Greek Catholic church in the location was built around mid-18th century and was dedicated to Saints Cosmas and Damian. It remained until the beginning of the 20th century, when probably it was destroyed during World War I. The second church was placed in the position of the first one and obtained the same invocation in the year 1924.