The village of Bíňa in the south-east of Slovakia is one of the most important archaeological sites in Slovakia.
Church of the Virgin Mary - Bíňa
The Roman Catholic church of the Virgin Mary with two towers built before 1217 is one of the sights of the village. Originally a Romanesque monastic church from the beginning of 13th century represents a late Romanesque building with unique Roman and early Gothic elements of European significance.
The visiors will be also attracted to the local Chapel of Twelve Apostles. Originally, it was a Romanesque rotunda with wall paintings from the beginning of the 12th century, renovated in the Baroque style after 1755. In 1944, due to a bombing, the Baroque coat fell off and the one in the Romanesque style appeared.
source: Vydavateľstvo Dajama, Rímskokatolícky farský úrad Bíňa