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    This village (in past it was called Folvark) is situated in the valley of the Horbáľov potok (Horbáľov Creek) between Spišská Magura and Pieniny mountains. In the 14-th century it was a vassal village of the Niedzica castle. In the 16-th century it was re-colonised on basis of sc. “walachian law”. Except for being farmers and shepherds people worked as tinkers, too.
    In the village there is a Greek-Catholic church that was built in 1857 on foundations of an old gothic church.



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