Motnik (pronounced [mɔˈtniːk]; German: Möttnig) is a village in the Tuhinj Valley in the Municipality of Kamnik in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia.
The parish church in Motnik is dedicated to Saint George and is a Baroque building with 19th-century furnishings. Close by is a smaller church, the chapel of Mary Magdalene. Close to the settlement is also an abandoned brown coal mine in which the fossilized remains of a pygmy rhinoceros were discovered in 1910. They were found to be 25 million years old and are now displayed in a small museum in the village.
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