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Church of Our Lady of the Rosary - Jablonove

Obec leží v Strážovských vrchoch v doline Hradnianskeho potoka. Východná časť chotára je v treťohorných zlepencových Súľovských skalách, zbytok tvoria druhohorné horniny. Nesúvislé lesy sú po obvode chotára. Obec sa spomína v r. 1268. Patrila rodu Maršovských. V r. 1598 mala 22 domov, 12 daňovníkov z toho 10 želiarov. Obyvatelia sa zaoberali poľnohosp. a pracovali v lesoch. Cez obec vedie jediná prístupová komunikácia do Súľova, teda i do Súľovských skál. Dominantou obce je kostol Ružencovej Panny Márie, posvätený v r. 1998. Medzi staršie pamiatky patrí murovaná neskoroklasicistická zvonica s ľudovou plastikou Panny Marie. Z rodákov obce v minulosti vynikol kňaz J. Nepomuk Daniš, člen Slovenského učeného tovarišstva. Obec je známa i svojim mužským speváckym zborom. Lom na ťažbu prírodného kameňa, popri ktorom sa vchádza do Súľovských skál je v prevádzke od r. 1935.

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Taken: 27/04/2012
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