The town lies at the foothills of the Libeliška gora mountain on the Slovenian - Austrian state border. The Corinthian Plebiscite Museum depicts the events on the Corinthian border after the First World War. It is located in the parish, where the public can also view a black kitchen and a former school classroom. The Libelians present their history also through the ethnological collection of farm tools (over 600 examples) and tasks, and are particularly proud of the efforts on the plebiscite, which made it possible for them to join the motherland in 1922, which is a peculiarity in the European history.