After leaving the village of Izky in the Khust district of the Transcarpathian region and crossing the bridge over the Rypinka river, we will reach the picturesque village of Kelechyn.
The first written references to the village of Kelechyn date back to the 15th century. The population of the village is almost 700 people. Although as early as 1881, the population of the village was 860 people. The reason for such population reduction was the events of the tumultuous 20th century with two world wars, Stalinist repressions and the economic crisis of the 1990s.