Levocha is not a lost city
Center of Levocha - a Slovakian town population which does not reach even 15,000 people -is an open-air museum on history of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. It is also a tutorial on at least one subject: how to save, how not to lose a beautiful city.
Medieval plaster pieces have fallen off in some places, exposing the stones from the 15th century, corrosion damages the railing and a face can be barely seen at the fresco, but all of this is incredibly beautiful and touching.
The city retains old-world charm that is not spoiled by modern interventions. The preserved center of Levocha is a world heritage site by UNESCO since 2009, and now one can be sure in its destiny - if the adornment of the city will be taken, it will be done only under professional supervision.
Now Levocha is a tourist city.
More on how Levocha managed to maintain its fabulousness and impressions of the city can be read in the material . And now we present what an eye of a man who is in love with the noble architectural features may catch...
The scandal due to the extortion of a bribe reported by a Transcarpathian journalist is gaining momentum
7 February 2019 19:36
ай бо дуже файно. дякуву. так ся почуваву гиби сам там переше був.
фоторепортаж -- просто жуть...
хоч би будівлю ратуші виставили...
а то якіс незрозумілі деталі, хоча вони і заслуговують на увагу
29 November 2019 12:24
Innocent Nevitsky snowdrop castle, erected “on maiden’s blood and breast milk”, was almost sold for stones per cubic meters
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