Ruzomberok

Found in the northern parts of Slovakia, Ružomberok is an integral part of the historical region of Liptov. The town of Ružomberok is cocooned by the mountain ranges pertaining to Greater Fatra, Chocske vrchy, and Low Tatras, and the town is distanced by about 65 kilometers from that of Zilina.

The town had been under the influence of the Kingdom of Hungary from the tenth century that extended up to the year 1918. The town was first mentioned during the year 1233 as it was referred to as terra Reuche.

Ružomberok

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Found in the northern parts of Slovakia, Ružomberok is an integral part of the historical region of Liptov. The town of Ružomberok is cocooned by the mountain ranges pertaining to Greater Fatra, Chocske vrchy, and Low Tatras, and the town is distanced by about 65 kilometers from that of Zilina. The town had been under the influence of the Kingdom of Hungary from the tenth century that extended up to the year 1918. The town was first mentioned during the year 1233 as it was referred to as terra Reuche.

The town of Ružomberok had earned the distinctive stature of an industrial town during the 20th century. The Andej Hlinka Square, where the heart of the town is located happens to be a prime point that unveils several attractions. The Roman Catholic Church pertaining to St. Andrew that dates back to 1318 is a monument that deserves a visit. The church was built along the lines of Gothic style originally, as it now unveils the Renaissance Baroque style. Another attraction found around the square is the Town Hall that was built way back in 1895 as the neo-baroque style was adopted to erect the town hall.

The church as well as the monastery related to the Holy Cross is yet another significant attraction at Ružomberok, as Liptov Museum happens to be the cultural institution in Ružomberok. The Likava Castle found at the outskirts of the town, the L’udovit Fulla Gallery and the Museum pertaining to the Liptov Village found in Pribylina are other attractions that demand a visit.