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The horseshoe-shaped parish building is an important historic building in its own right. Its Baroque conference room features a painted beam ceiling dating from 1653; the ceiling paintings cover an area of about 80 square metres and are a unique source of information about the material culture, customs and life in the 17th century. It also contains a parish library dating from the 19th century (not open to the public).
The parish building is complemented by the nearby Church of St Nikolaj, a monument of Romanesque and Gothic architecture adorned with Gothic frescoes, Baroque paintings and sculpture. A guided tour of the Slomšek Room includes the church.