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Wooden church The history of the wooden church west of the period of strong Catholicism, a period when the scene of history emerges Kežmarský Count Imrich Tököly that broad support from the people of the Turks and the French Court spoke against the Austrian Emperor Leopold I. and forced him to convene parliament Sopron in 1681. He confirmed the conclusions of the Vienna peace in 1606 in matters of religious freedom and allowed evangelicals to build one stand two churches in Hronsek and Ostra Luka.
Castle in the town Castle in significant medieval mining town was originally located outside the medieval town plan view. Today, however, located in the center and the influences on the city skyline. The oldest building is the original late-Romanesque church of 13 th century. The church has a rich decoration and the altar of St. . Barbara probably by Master Pavol. Present appearance of the church is the result of modifications made to the 14 th and 15 -th century baroque and modernization after a fire in 1761. Stone fortifications began to build in 1479 and includes a gate with barbican and circular bastions.
n Barbican at City Castle with its Gothic (painted in red and white) and Baroque (painted in yellow) sections illustrates the main stages of the city's historical development
n Obelisk in Slovak National Uprising Square erected by the USSR in commemoration of the liberation of the city by Soviet troops of the 2 nd Ukrainian Front
n The old town, viewed from Urpín. Mountain, is the core of the original settlement
n The lavish gate of the Beniczky House, owned by the Hungarian noble Beniczky family,  (in Slovak Benický) on SNP Square displays a coat of arms of one of the aristocratic families from Banská Bystrica
n Námestie SNP is the natural center of the city
n Museum of the Slovak National Uprising
n The regional branch of the National Bank of Slovakia in Banská Bystrica