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"While all wooden churches in the Carpathians share architectural features born of their materials, their times, and their mountain settings, most built by Lemkos (i.e., Orthodox and Greek Catholic) closely resemble those built by their Carpatho-Rusyn neighbors to the east. They are usually formed of tripartite sections like those of the Boykos, but often with the tallest steeple, which is usually very tall indeed, above the western entrance... Whatever the details, some of these churches are so striking that they have been moved from their mountain villages to decorate parks, gardens, and outdoor ethno-museums in larger towns and cities."

— page 62, Into the Carpathians, Part 2, © Alan E. Sparks.