In the very centre of Sokyrnytsya, next to the stone Orthodox Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, which was built in 1993, tourists can admire the beauty of the Gothic Nicholas Church. Next to this church is a chapel, which was built in the XIX century from wood. Not far away is a two-tiered bell tower, which was built in the Boyko style back in 1770. The whole area is surrounded by the remains of a wooden fence. On the church you can see the carved numbers 1709. However, experts believe that in 1709 the church was moved from the village of Shashvar in Vynohradiv district. The church itself was built a century earlier before it was moved. In the past, churches were often bought and moved both in Transcarpathia, and throughout Ukraine. After being moved to Sokyrnytsya, the church changed significantly. It has become a real masterpiece that is rapidly ascending into the sky.