Long village at the vallez of river Kamenice. The name denotes the original Slavonic settlement from the Lusatia. In the village there are tzpical folk timber and combined houses. The dominant of the village is the church of St. Wenceslas of the years 1772-74. The church was built by architect V. Sauer. In the interior you can see the late Baroque sanctuary and Rococo altar transfered from the Prague church of Paulans`. In the Srbská Kamenice you can also visit the Museum of border fortification.