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The central buildings on the main square of the small city Levoca (in Hungarian - Lőcse): the town hall, and the Catholic church.
The 14th century Roman Catholic Church of St. James houses a magnificently carved and painted wooden Gothic altar, the largest in Europe, (18.62 m (61.09 ft) in height), created by Master Paul around 1520.
The old town hall is now a museum of local history.

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Additional Photos by Janos Koncz (konok) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 0 N: 125] (2068)
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