At a distance of several kilometers froUzhka, at the source of the river Zhdenivki, there is a small village Gusny Of the velikobereznyansky district Transcarpathian region. In the village there is a stony road, on the right side of which overhangs rock, and on the left below, the stream roars. The road goes uphill all the time, travelers go kilometer after kilometer, but to their great surprise, they do not feel any fatigue, or the passage of time – these categories in the mountains they fade into the background, the fantastic mountain beauty distracts the traveler from them, he just does not notice them. Therefore, travelers are surprised to see the houses that appeared around the bend, but just were at a distance of 5 kilometers – you think that the distance in the mountains is measured differently than on the plain, that here it looks like shagreen skin. It is not surprising that Goryanin will never say that the distance to the village is 5 kilometers, he will just say a few kilometers.
In Gusny preservednearby three-tiered wooden Nicholas church, what was built with eaten in 1655. The date of construction is carved on the log housetemple’s. Relatively church in Uzhka, this is a slightly different type of boykovsky temple, its composition is dominated by the monumentality of the forms of the Central octagonal top. The towers on top of the babynets and the altar part are two-stage, square in plan, so the Church at first glance seems heavy. And only after going around the temple and choosing a convenient point, you begin to understand that the peculiar forms of monuments are symmetrical and beautiful. Log cabins of the Eastern part and Babinets are covered with four-sided hipped tops with one hall. Above the babynets of the temple there is a gallery, above it-a frame tier of the bell tower. As in other monuments Boiko architecture, building perimeter surrounds pdase-fear on the crowns of the framework.
From the 1930s, the rocky churches in the Uzhok I Houseago a priest CCB calinovici Zakarpatskiy artist Zoltan Scholtes. In his landscapes, he liked to depict wooden temples and the picturesque Carpathian nature. In the Church of the village of Gusny, several icons have been preserved to this day, which were painted by Zoltan Sholtes.
This Church was almost restored in 1971-1972 unfortunately in In the 1990s, it was completely covered with tin. However, the metal did not overcome the charm of this place.
According to researcher Michael Sirohman this is the only Uranine a wooden Church, which is characterized by the Boykov symmetry of the tops.
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