Church of St. Nicholas

The former raft protector shows an older past. The church stood in the centre of today’s Vuzenica already in the beginning of the 12th century and has retained the artistic elements of all stylistic periods to this day. Its largest feature is the massive eastern choir belfry, while the beauty of the interior is lauded by the Gothic vaults and frescoes further to six Baroque altars and several Baroque paintings on canvas. The image of the church is complemented by a large horse-shoe like rectory, a house on a living rock. It had grown since the 14th century until Slomšek held the office of the priest in the past century. It houses a unique wooden painted ceiling from the 17th century.