Church of St. John the Baptist

The church was built in Šentjanž nad Dravčami in the 14th century. It has a uniform interior and maintains a simple monolithic look, which is the heritage of the Romanesque architecture. Such characteristics have been preserved in Gothic branch churches. The architectural purity of the wall screamed to be painted, which was entrusted to skilful masters around 1445. The frescoes are of top quality and show the excellence of those who ordered it. The random representation of the bishop on the northern wall under the scenery of the Three King's Trips is probably also not a coincidence, while the depiction of the donors is placed on the southern wall, which is painted with scenes from the legend of St. John the Baptist.