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Church of the Holy Spirit in Žehra. 
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Church of the Holy Spirit in Žehra.

A small village near the Spiš Castle called Žehra is one of the oldest settlements in the region, with the first sign of humans dating back to paleolithic times. A white silhouette of a church standing on a hill above can be seen from afar. Built in 1245-1247, partly Romanesque, partly early Gothic, it is one of the most precious monuments in Slovakia, hiding inside the rare murals from 13-15th century.
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Church in ŽehraChurch in ŽehraInside of the church in ŽehraOne of the tombs near the church in ŽehraA plaque in the church in Žehra, commemorating parishioners who died in WW2One of the tombs near the church in Žehra
Sivá Brada - remains of a geyser. 
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Sivá Brada - remains of a geyser.

When driving from Levoča to Spiš Castle you pass a small hill with a chapel on top. It is called Sivá Brada ("White Beard"). Now people stop here to taste mineral water tricking from a small spring, but until a few years ago this place had been a major tourist attraction. A geyser had been erupting from the hillside 2-3 times a day, spitting water up to 15 meters in the air. Sadly, with time eruptions got weaker and rarer, then stopped completely, leaving only bubbling water.
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The mineral spring under the Sivá Brada hillOne of the springs on the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hill - stone portal
Levoča town square. 
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Levoča town square.

Just by the Town Hall, in the middle of the main square of this beautiful Slovak town, there's a wrought-iron "Cage of Shame". Dating back to the beginning of the 17th century, it was used for public punishment of unfaithful wives.
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Levoča town square. 
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Levoča town square.

Standing just by the cathedral wall we're having a nice view of the Town Hall building.
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Mariánske Námestie, the Main Square of the Slovak town of Podolínec, with the 13th-century church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary. 
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Mariánske Námestie, the Main Square of the Slovak town of Podolínec, with the 13th-century church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary.
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