Wooden Articular Church in Svätý Kríž Svätý Kríž

one of the largest wooden structures in Central Europe, before the Liptovská Mara dam was built, it was moved from the village of Paludza (because of this fact, this church, the only Slovak articular church, was not inscribed in the UNESCO List). Articular churches had to be located at the edge of the village, outside the village limits. Neither stone nor iron could be used for their construction. They could be built only of wood.  These churches were not allowed to have towers or bells and their entrances could not face the village.