Javorca, Memorial Church of the Holy Spirit
On the stone edge overlooking the Tolminka valley and the Polog mountain pasture stands this memorial church. Javorca is the only memorial church of the Austro-Hungarian army in the area of the Isonzo front preserved until today. It was built in eight months above a solemn access staircase. The wooden walls are covered by a shallow saddle roof, which is decorated with a small tower above the entrance. The side facades are decorated with the coats-of-arms of Austrian provinces. A small bell hangs in front of the entrance, where there is a simple viewing terrace. The interior is a unified area, divided into three apparent naves with several decoratively painted column-bearing beams.