The UNESCO World Heritage town of Bardejov is in North East Slovakia and has a distinctly Gothic feel. It has a beautiful town hall square (Radničné námestie) , surrounded by many Renaissance and Gothic buildings. The two most significant buildings in the square are the Roman-Catholic Basilica of St. Egidius dating from the 15th Century, and the 16th Century former Town Hall. The town hall is now home to the Saris Župa Museum, the oldest museum in Slovakia. There are also remains of the towns walls and fortifications dating back as far as the 14th century, which are probably the best preserved example in Slovakia.