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Vyshkovo

Vyshkovo is located in the Transcarpathian region near the border with Romania. The population of the village is just over eight thousand people.

The local population makes souvenirs from corn leaves, including baskets, handbags, toys and rugs.

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What is unique about Vyshkovo?

In the central park of Vyshkovo, there is a pedestal of the sacred bird Turul.

In addition to the remains of the castle, the village has a defensive Gothic church dating back to 1270 with a painted wooden ceiling dating back to 1789.

Today, at the foot of the castle hill in Vyshkovo, there are buildings of a defunct metallurgical plant. In Soviet times, mercury was extracted from the volcanic interior of Varkhedi. Climbing the mountain, you can see the abandoned mines and stone placers – a natural building material – and at the top, a site well chosen by medieval architects to build a guardian castle.

The temperature in Vyshkovo is now:

16.0o C   |   60.9o F

Map of attractions in Vyshkovo

What should you see in Vyshkovo?

Вишківський замок

The village of Vyshkovo is home to the remains of another powerful medieval Transcarpathian castle. The fortress was first mentioned in historical sources in 1271. The castle was built by brothers Mick and Istvan Csepa from the Gunt-Pazman family. The land for its construction was given to them by the Hungarian King Laszlo IV. They decided to build the castle in a very convenient place from a defensive point of view on the Várhegy Mountain (translated from Hungarian as “castle mountain”). From a height of 589 metres, the castle controlled the “salt route”. During 1300-1350, Vyshkovo Castle was the centre of the Maramorosh County. However, soon all the functions of protecting the “salt route” were transferred to the more powerful neighbouring Khust Castle, and Vyshkovo Castle began to gradually decline.

Vyshkovo: interesting excursions around the neighbourhood

The most interesting places nearby

Вишківський замок
The village of Vyshkovo is home to the remains of a powerful medieval Transcarpathian castle. In historical sources, the fortress
Приватний музей «Сріберна земля» в Грушово
The amount of antiquities on display in three small rooms would probably be enough for ten halls. Some of the
Угольсько-Широколужанський заповідний масив
Near the villages of Mala Uholka, Velyka Uholka and Uhlya, in the interfluve of the Tereblya and Teresva rivers, the
Угольський монастир в селі Угля
The exact age of the monastery is unknown. Researchers believe that the monastery was founded in the pre-Mongol period. There
Костел святої Єлизавети у Хусті
The Church of St Elizabeth is located in Khust at the crossroads of Constitution and Carpathian Sich streets. The Reformed
Миколаївська церква в селі Сокирниця
In the very centre of Sokyrnytsya, next to the stone Orthodox Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, tourists
Михайлівська церква в селі Крайниково
At a distance of 2 km to the south of the village of Danylovo, Khust district, Transcarpathian region, the neighbouring
Миколаївська церква з дзвіницею в селі Данилово
In the small village of Danylovo, Khust district, Transcarpathian region, with a population of 1800 inhabitants, there is the tallest
Церква святої Параскеви в селі Олександрівка
Near the church in the village of Danylovo, Khust district, Zakarpattia region, the road turns right, leading past a hill
Реформатський храм
The most elegant church in Tyachiv is a stone Reformed church with a three-tier bell tower. A real clock has
Миколаївська церква
After crossing the bridge over the Tereblya River, we soon enter the village of Kolodne. The village was founded in
Костел святого короля Іштвана
In the very center of Tyachiv, two ancient temples are located next to each other. First, you should familiarize yourself
Храм Успіння Пречистої Діви
A bronze bust of the artist Shymon Holloshi, who lived in the city since 1914, was installed near the Reformed

Tours and excursions nearby

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Where to stay in Vyshkovo?

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Where to eat?

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