Country colonization church, built in the last third of the 13th century in the space between Ruzomberok and Liptovská Štiavnica. A year ago, in 1466 to briefly on the west side two-floor prismatic tower and the early 16th century church expanded to southern ship with new entry. The area is bordered by church late-enclosing wall of the 17th century with the Neoclassical gateway built in 1843. The church interior is a valuable testimony of medieval wall painting. On the north wall of the original ship is figural triptych with figures of the Virgin Mary protectress, Christ and St. sufferer. John the Baptist (resp. Christ the Good Shepherd), created around 1400. The sanctuary of the church is decorated with unique Christological cycle, which originated around 1420. It is an interesting example of local internationalist form the Gothic influence patterns book, wall and panel paintings of Czech and beautiful style. Painted decorations Ludrovský church ranks among the most important religious monuments of the region and the whole of Slovakia.