In the center of the village of Repynne, to the left of the road, you can see the silhouette of the wooden three-log Dmitriivska church. It was built back in 1780 from spruce beams in the Maramoros Gothic style. Works of artistic carving of the 18th century and tempera painting of the 17th century have been preserved in this temple. In Soviet times, the temple was threatened with destruction. In the 1970s, there was an “order from above” to burn down the Dmitriev Church, but local residents organized round-the-clock vigils near the church and saved the church from firemen hired by the authorities.