"The construction of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Ladislav was ordered by Ladislav Matiašovský (1643-1705), a prominent member of a zeoman family of Nižné Matiašovce. The evidence of this can be found in the Latin inscription situated above the entrance to the sacristy: «This church was founded in 1697 at the time of the reign of the Emperor Leopold I. The enlightened spiritual father, Ladislav Matiašovský, Bishop of Nitra Diocese, built and consecrated this holy work on behalf of St. Ladislav, King of Hungary on 20th March 1697». The church was built in the Renaissance-Baroque style. During the 18th century a Baroque fortification was added to it, which features loopholes and corner bastions. On addition to the Church of St. Ladislav, Ladislav Matiašovský also ordered the construction of the church and monastery in Liptovský Mikuláš-Okolične. The church of St. Ladislav is one of the most beautiful chuches to be found in the Liptov region".