From Nyzhnyi Studenyi, on a clear sunny day, you can see the church of St Nicholas in the village of Verkhnyi Studenyi, which is located on a hillside.
The wooden church made of spruce beams, which has been preserved here, represents the most developed type of Boyko church with multi-stage (bent) tops. The church was built in 1804. It is an example of how the most remote mountain villages preserved the oldest form of churches that were relatively young in terms of construction. This temple confirms the assumption that sometimes relatively “young” churches are much older in type than those built in the same area a hundred years or more earlier.