City / Municipality:
Region Prešov (Prešovský kraj)Tourist location:
Spiš, ZamagurieWorld Heritage:
UNESCO Cultural Heritage
Evangelical wooden articular church of the Most Holy Trinity in Kežmarok was built in 1717. There are fascinating interiors and exceptional wall paintings as well as wood carvings in the church. It is considered to be the most beautiful of the last 5 remaining articular churches in Slovakia.
The architect of the church was Juraj Müttermann from city Poprad. They did not use any metal material during building, they did not use any metal nails, exclusively wooden. Originally, it was widthout masonry foundation. The basics were made of wood, but they were replaced with bricks at the last repair. The beams are made of red spruce. The only stone part of the church is the sacristy.
With its width of 30,31 m, length ...