Region:Region Prešov (Prešovský kraj)
Tourist location:Spiš
Mountains:Levoča Mountains (Levočské vrchy)
Monument reserve:Levoča
World Heritage:UNESCO Cultural Heritage
Latitude:49° 1' 32.900880000036" / 49.02580580000001
Longitude:20° 35' 19.190759999856" / 20.58866409999996
Unesco world heritage
Levoča is a town in North-Eastern Slovakia, Prešov region. Levoča is with its city walls and urban retained the character of a medieval town. Thanks to the many monuments and art treasures belong to the most beautiful historical cities in Slovakia. The town has a historic center with a well preserved town wall, a Renaissance church with the highest wooden altar in the world, carved by Master Paul of Levoča, and many other renaissance buildings. It is registered on the list of UNESCO world cultural heritage since 2009. ... Read more

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