The exhibition displays rare collection items from the St.Agnes Roman-Catholic Church in already extinct village, Ruskinovce. It was demolished due to a military zone, Javorina, which has been established in 1952.
The Baroque pulpit and a pair of angels and torchbearers by unknown Spiš carvers come from the original church´s equipment.
Above the altar, i.e. the sacrificial table, there is an altarpiece of St.Agnes from the early 19th century painted by Jozef Czauczik from Levoča, a famous Biedermeier painter.
The Baroque statues of Jesuit saints, Ignatius of Loyola and St.Francis Xavier, and the statues of Hungarian Kings, St.Ladislav and St.Stefan come from unknown Spiš areas.
The sculpture of Moses from the 17th century ranks among the unique collection items.