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In the Berehiv District of the Transcarpathian Region, at a distance of 14 kilometers to the south of the village of Shalanka, there is an urban-type border village of Vylok. The first written mention of it dates back to 1200. The population of the village is more than three thousand people. The modern name of the village. Vylok comes from the older Hungarian name of the village – Tisauylok, which translates as a new settlement on the Tisza.

Hungary is close from here: here it is, on the other bank of the Tisza. The majority of the local population is ethnic Hungarians. According to the data of the 2001 population census, 81.5% of the inhabitants of the village consider Hungarian to be their native language.


Description of the area

In the 19th century the settlement received the status of a town. In those days, it already had its own coat of arms: in a silver shield, on a wavy foot, divided three times by blue and silver, a wooden boat is depicted, which is steered by a peasant in red clothes; the mast of the boat is crowned with the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The coat of arms reminds of the local wharf for boats that transported salt on the Tisza River.

There is an international road crossing near Vylok. In the center of the village, next to the department store, the stone church of St. Helena, built in 1788, has been preserved. In the 19th century, a four-story tower was added to the cathedral above the main facade. Tempera paintings of the beginning of the 20th century have been preserved in the temple.

One of the oldest buildings in Transcarpathia is located in the center of Vylok – the Salt House. As a warehouse for salt, its foundation was built back in 1417. Over time, it underwent reconstruction. Until recently, a school was located in the building, now the building is closed.

The temperature in the village of Vylok now:

27.2o C   |   80.9o F

Vylok: map of attractions

The most interesting places are nearby

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Behind the cathedral, in the shade of chestnut trees, there is another landmark of Beregov - "Grafsky Dvor". This is
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On Kossuth Square (Verbevtsia) among the pretty two-story villas, the landmark Berehovo - a huge building of the former imperial
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In 3 km. from the town of Berehova in the direction of Vylok - Vynohradove, after going around one of
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The whole secret is that the water that fills the pools of the complex comes directly from wells 1,200 m
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Thermal springs in the area of the city of Beregovo, in the very south of Zakarpattia Oblast, are very rare
Озеро Дідове (Дийда)
In the summer, Dyida Lake is a favorite vacation spot for Transcarpathians and guests of the region. A sailing center

Tours and excursions

Leisure nearby