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Culture and history

Liptov village museum in Pribylina

Liptov Village Museum in Pribylina is a branch exhibition of the Liptov Museum in Ružomberok. In 1991, its first part was opened to the public. Buildings from flooded areas Liptovská Mara dam, and some villages of upper and lower Liptov belong to it.

Svätý Kríž church

The wooden articular church in Svätý Kríž belongs to the largest wooden churches in Europe. It was transferred there during the construction of Liptovská Mara from 1974 to 1982 of the flooded village Paludza.

Janko Kráľ Museum

Janko Kráľ museum is currently investigating, documenting, conserving, preserving and presenting a collection - Funds of historical, ethnographic, artistic nature relating to the development of Liptovský Mikuláš and the writers of Liptov. The Museum also documents the contemporary city happenings for the chronicles of the city.

Slovak museum of nature protection and speleology

Specialized nationwide museum focused on nature protection and speleology in Slovak Republic. The museum is located in the Liptov region. There are expositions of Protected fauna, Protected flora, Kras and caves in Slovakia.

Liptov museum – National cultural heritage Čierny orol

The former inn, which foundation dates back to 17th, was last adjusted in 1880. In the past, there was a center of cultural life of the town Liptovský Mikuláš. In the porch of Čierny orol - Black Eagle, performances were held, organized by the Tatrín club and its leaders.

Liptov gallery of P. M. Bohúňa

Gallery was founded in 1955 and it is the third oldest one in Slovakia (after Bratislava and Košice ones). It is located in the historic and cultural center of the city in a pleasant park setting. The original building gallery dates to the late 18th century.

Celtic settlement Havránok

Havránok is one of the most important archaeological sites in Slovakia, which documents the presence of Celtic populations in Liptov in the 4th and 1st centuries BC. Archaeologists discovered and unearthed the remains of settlement from the younger Iron Age also referred to as Latene time.