The Gothic parish church of St James the Great, patron saint of labourers, pilgrims and soldiers, as well as intercessor for weather and field crops, was presumably built in the 13th or 14th century and is a unique landscape monument. It stands above the Meža river valley, 1023 m above sea level. Because of its special location it can be seen from all neighbouring valleys, even though it is situated in a rugged mountainous landscape; the ringing of its three copper bells can be heard at even the remotest homesteads. Beside the main altar of St James, on which the saint is depicted with a staff and a shell, there are two side altars: the altar of Our Lady and the altar of St Peter. Its chief feature is the ceiling, painted with motifs of the rosary and the four last things of man with archaic inscriptions. Both the exterior and the interior of the church were renovated in 1986, as well as the chapels with statues of St George and St Martin at the cemetery entrance.
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