The Oravian pelota is a specific kind of pelota played in Baránok.
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The origin of the name is from the name of a region in Slovakia, Orava, where it was first played.
The rules are very simple. The pelota is played on a small pitch in shape of a square with 2 players. You need to hit the ball against a wall, but if you hit it twice in a row, your opponent gets a point. He/She also gets it when the ball you hit flies out of the pitch.