Wooden Reformed Church #192
If you go from the village of Bene with the grape route to the border with the Vynohradiv district, a kilometer away from the road is the village of Chetfalva of the Berehiv district of the Transcarpathian region (in Soviet times it was called Chetovo). The population of the village is 755 people. Even if you do not notice the "architectural sign", the wooden spire of the bell tower of the local temple will serve as a guide. This bell tower is the highest in Transcarpathia. The main treasure of Cetfalwa is a Gothic wooden tower of the eighteenth century, next to which stands a small, one-story stone temple of the fourteenth century, which was reconstructed in 1753.
More information on the blog "Amazing temples in the village of Chetfalwa"
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