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Ruská Voľa nad Popradom

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Ruská Voľa nad Popradom (Poprádökrös) is a village and municipality in Stará Ľubovňa District in the Prešov Region of northern Slovakia. History In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1357. Other names of the municipality: 1588 Nowawolya, Volya, 1635 Volya, noviter sicata, 1773 Ruska Wolya, Orosz-Volya, 1786 Orosz Wolya, 1808 Orosz-Alsó-Vólya et Orosz Felso-Volya, Ruská Wola, 1863 Oroszvolya, 1907 Poprádokros, 1920 Ruská Voľa, 1960 Ruská Voľa nad Popradom, in Hungarian Poprádokros. The territory between the Poprad and the Obručné rivers, which was mostly forested, was received, in 1312, by noble Rikolf, owner of the Kamenica estate, from King Karol Róbert (Charles Robert). However, at that time the municipality did not exist. The first report of the existence of the municipality goes back to the year 1588, when it was allegedly taken over by Juraj Horvát, owner of the Plaveč estate. The village, however, existed already before the year 1588. it was esta
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