The most valuable historical monument of Ružomberok is a typically Slovak village of Vlkolínec, which has been included along with its surroundings in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage, and no visitor to our region should leave it out. In the oldest part of the town at Andrej Hlinka Square, there are many historical monuments, such as churches, the Piarist Grammar School building, Andrej Hlinka’s Mausoleum, the Marian Column or the Neo-Baroque Town Hall, and more. There are many more monuments you can find in the town, such as townsmen houses, churches, memorials, the railway station building or the Liptov Museum in Ružomberok. The town’s districts also offer historical attractions, which include the birth house of Andrej Hlinka or the Memorial to the Martyrs in Černová, or historical granaries in Hrboltová. In the close surroundings, there are remains of the Likava Castle and the Liptov Castle (Sielnica Castle), the Open-Air Archaeological Museum “Havránok”, All Saints Church in Ludrová – Kút, or the Open-Air Museum of Liptov Village in Pribylina, and many more.