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After the Treaty of Trianon and the dismantling of the Kingdom of Hungary , the city became part of the newly formed Czechoslovakia and its Slovak name Levoča was formally adopted. Later, during World War II , under the auspices of the First Slovak Republic , local Jews were deported from the town to concentration camps. On 27 January Levoča was taken by Soviet troops of the 18th Army. On July 3, Levoča was visited by Pope John Paul II. He celebrated a mass for , celebrants at the traditional pilgrim site of Mariánska hora , a hill about 2 kilometres 1 mile north of Levoča with views of the town.

Levoča lies at an altitude of metres 1, feet above sea level and covers an area of Poprad is 25 kilometres 16 miles away to the west, Prešov 50 km 31 miles to the east, Košice 90 km 56 miles to the southeast and Bratislava  km  mi to the southwest. The old town is picturesquely sited and still surrounded by most of its ancient walls.

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In associating the town with Spiš Castle and Žehra in June as the renamed World Heritage Site of "Levoča, Spišský Hrad, and the Associated Cultural Monuments", UNESCO cites the town's historic center, its fortifications, and the works of Master Paul of Levoča preserved in the town. The main entrance to the old town is via the monumental Košice Gate 15th century behind which is located the ornate baroque Church of the Holy Spirit and the New Minorite Monastery c. James in Slovak : Bazilika svätého Jakuba , often mistakenly referred to in English as St.

It houses a magnificently carved and painted wooden Gothic altar , the largest in Europe, The square is very well preserved despite one or two modern incursions and contains a number of striking buildings which were the townhouses of the local nobility in the late Middle Ages.

Rehabilitačné stredisko pre zrakovo postihnutých v Levoči

Also notable in the square is the wrought iron "Cage of Shame", dating back to the 17th century, used for public punishment of miscreants. A plaque on one of the houses records the printing and publication in the town of the most famous work of Comenius , the Orbis Pictus. Other buildings on the square house a historical museum and a museum dedicated to the work of Master Paul. Behind the square on Kláštorská Street are the 14th-century church and remains of the old monastery of the Minorites, now incorporated into a Church grammar school.

Nearby is the town's Polish Gate , a Gothic construction of the 15th century.

From the 16th century to the end of , Levoča was the administrative center of the province of Szepes Spiš. Between - , the Hungarian architect from Eger Antal Povolny built a grandiose administration building, the Large Provincial House, as the seat of the town's administration.

Levoča (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) (German name: Leutschau; Hungarian name: Lőcse) is a town in the Prešov Region of eastern Slovakia The Old Town Hall in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Levoča (Slovakia) was originally built in the 15th century, and stands in the town's main square

He adjusted its Classicist style to Levoča's Renaissance character by emphasizing the building's horizontal lines. The House is considered amongst most beautiful Provincial Houses in the former Kingdom of Hungary.

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Today, it is reconstructed and it is a seat of the administration. The State Regional Archives Štátny oblastný archív are in a tan stone building on the north side of the square at nám.

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Majstra Pavla Levoča has a population of 14, as of December 31, According to the census , out of 14, inhabitants Below is a listing of names by which the town of Levoča has been known or recorded. The names were not necessarily at any time mutually exclusive and often reflect minor linguistic differences. Levoča is twinned with: [10].

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Levoča from Mariánska hora. Sculptures from Master Paul's altar in St. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Town in Slovakia. Basilica of St. James and Old Town Hall. Coat of arms.

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See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Slovakia. Stary Sącz , Poland Łańcut , Poland Kalwaria Zebrzydowska , Poland Keszthely , Hungary Litomyšl , Czech Republic. Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic. Retrieved Lexikón stredovekých miest na Slovensku [ Lexicon of Medieval Towns in Slovakia ] PDF in Slovak.

Bratislava: Historický ústav SAV. ISBN   Archived from the original PDF on Slavica Slovaca in Slovak. Slavistický ústav Jána Stanislava SAV 1 : Statistical Office of the Slovak republic. Archived from the original on The town hall in its existing form was built in in a Renaissance style, with arcades on the ground and first floors, and a belfry was added in Wall-paintings on the southern facade represent the virtues of moderation, care, bravery, patience and justice.

The whole was later reconstructed in — The building is now maintained by the Spiš Museum, Levoča a department of the Slovak National Museum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Levoča official website. Town of Levoca. Retrieved 1 November Slovak National Museum official website. Slovak National Museum. Categories : History museums in Slovakia City and town halls in Slovakia 17th-century architecture in Slovakia Renaissance architecture in Slovakia Museums in Prešov Region Former seats of local government Buildings and structures in Levoča establishments in Hungary European museum stubs Slovak building and structure stubs Prešov Region geography stubs.

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Today, it is reconstructed and it is a seat of the administration. The English humanist Leonard Cox taught around in a school in Levoča. Later, during World War II , under the auspices of the First Slovak Republic , local Jews were deported from the town to concentration camps. It houses a magnificently carved and painted wooden Gothic altar , the largest in Europe, Levoča was a center of the Protestant Reformation. It exported iron, copper, furs, leather, corn, and wine.

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