If you drive along the central road past the village of Repynne to get to the village of Potik of the Khust district of the Transcarpathian region, after a few kilometers you should turn left. There is a legend according to which the Mongol-Tatars committed a mass massacre of local residents at the site of this village. That is why the stream, and later the village, was called Kryvavchat Potik. At the beginning of the village of Potik, the church of the Ascension of the Lord, which was built in 1936, is immediately visible on the hill. The current church is one of the last in Transcarpathia, which was built on the eve of the Second World War. The Ascension Church was built in accordance with the Transcarpathian Baroque traditions.