From the architectural point of view, it is a classic three-space division of the building into a vestibule, a nave and a shrine. From the west side, a huge tower grows from the vestibule, which is finished with an onion and a three-armed cross. The second smaller turret is similar in shape and is located above the shrine. Both are covered with wooden shingles. The entrance to the building is covered by wooden columns that support the roof structure.
The iconostasis was originally created for other temple buildings because its dimensions do not match the space in this temple. It is a five-tiered architecture on five floors. The first, main series contains icons of the Mother of God Hodigitria and Christ the Teacher. Other icons of the first order, vol. Bishop Nicholas and untraditional St. Paraskeva are located on the side wall. The imperial door is decorated with scenes of the Annunciation and the four evangelists. They date from the 17th century. The second row of holidays has a Last Supper icon in the middle. The third, apostolic council is divided by the icon of Christ the High Priest on the sides with the Mother of God and St. John the Baptist. The iconostasis above a number of Old Testament prophets ends Calvary, which is bent under the ceiling due to lack of space.
It is also worth mentioning the rare icon of the Crucifixion on the table. The temple has undergone a complete renovation of the interior and exterior. Reconstructions lasted until 1989.
On July 7, 2008, this church, along with eight other wooden monuments called "Wooden Temples of the Slovak Part of the Carpathian Arch", was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List on the basis of exceptional worldwide value.