The village of Pilipets is located at a distance of 19 km from district center Transcarpathian region Volovets village, on the way to Mizhgirya. The village is located at an altitude of more than 700 meters above sea level.
About this village is first mentioned in historical sources in 1463. Today, the village has a population of about 1,100 people. According to legend, the village was named after its founder, Philip (Philip).
At the entrance to the village the attention of tourists is immediately attracted by the monumental wooden church The Nativity of the virgin, which was built in 1780 and rebuilt in the mid-19th century. The temple has severe and monumental forms. Decorativeness is given to it baroque the formation of the dome that vishukani arcade. The order of the Church is monumental two tiered belfry, which was built in 1758.
Yuri Bedrinets opened in 2007 in Pilipets Museum of wooden temples. In the hall of the Museum there are about 30 models that represent samples sacred architecture Transcarpathian and Ivano-Frankivsk regions. Unfortunately, most of the original layouts have ceased to exist. The author of all the layouts museum’s there is a famous folk master Andrey Vorobey.
Thanks to the unique climate’s This village became known ski resort. The snow cover in Pilipets is ideal for skiing mountain ski. However, in winter it can be very cold (up to -30 o C). The ski slopes in Pylypets are located on the slopes of the mountains Gimba and Ryapushka. The village has three large ski lifts “” comfort», «Borzhava Poloniny” and “MAGURA”. The most popular among them are the “Borzhava valleys” with a length of up to 1500 meters and a huge height difference of 402 meters.
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