Humenne

Humenne is a town that is a part of the Presov Region found in the eastern sectors of Slovakia. Lying at the spot where the Cirocha and Laborec Rivers meet, the town of Humenne lies near the volcanic Vihorlat Mountains. This town had been a dwelling place during the Stone Age, as the Slavic forefathers related to the Slovaks had taken a shift to occupy the basin pertaining Humenne, which was witnessed during the fifth century.

Humenne

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Humenne is a town that is a part of the Presov Region found in the eastern sectors of Slovakia. Lying at the spot where the Cirocha and Laborec Rivers meet, the town of Humenne lies near the volcanic Vihorlat Mountains.

This town had been a dwelling place during the Stone Age, as the Slavic forefathers related to the Slovaks had taken a shift to occupy the basin pertaining Humenne, which was witnessed during the fifth century.

The life here at Humenne is soaked in sports and cultural events. This town remains to be a splendid starting point to explore the picturesque countryside belonging to the East Carpathians. The prime attraction that lures the attention of the travelers is the Vihorlat Mountains that takes pride in the Morske oko lake as well as about the Poloniny or the Wooden Carpathians found along the borders of Slovakia, Poland as well as Ukraine. This also becomes a part belonging to the National Park Poloniny.

The environs of Humenne has more to offer as the romantic ruins related to the medieval castles and the open-air museum related to architecture that is found in the town park are grand sources of relaxation and knowledge. The many castles found in the vicinity include the Jasenov castle, Brekov Castle and the Cicava Castle.