Malý Lipník

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Malý Lipník (Ukrainian: Малий Липник, Malyi Lypnyk) is a village and municipality in Stará Ľubovňa District in the Prešov Region of northern Slovakia.

History[edit]

The village of Malý Lipník is mentioned for the first time in a hand-written chronicle in 1715. In other historic periods the village carried these names; in 1715 Kis Lipnik, in 1786 Lipnik, in 1927 Malý Lipník; in Hungarian Kislipnik, Kisharas. The Greek Catholic Church of Cosmos and Damien is a made of stone and the church cemetery is located on a hill to the side of the church.

A more detailed history with photographs can be found at....

Malý Lipník, Slovakia - The Carpathian Connection

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