Bodružal is a municipality (village) in the Svidník District, within the Laborec Highlands, which is a mountain range in north-eastern Slovakia, part of the Lower Beskids of the Outer Eastern Carpathians. It has a population of 60 (2011 census).
The village was founded in the 16th century. The biggest attraction is the Greek Catholic wooden church of St. Nicholas from the year 1658 in the Baroque style. In 2008, the Church is registered in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Only this old people welcomed me and said “goodbye.” I hope his happiness forever.