The wooden articular church in Kežmarok which is also listed by UNESCO is among the oldest and most precious monuments of the town. A trip to Kežmarok, and this fascinating church can be easily planned with our Tatra travel guide.
The jewel of the church is the 300-year-old organ that is one of the biggest Baroque organs in Slovakia and retains its original flutes.
Place for filming
The church is also interesting because of its film history. Slovak director Juraj Jakubisko chose it as a location for his film Perinbaba, a typical Slovak Christmas fairy-tale. The second part of the fairy-tale, not available to the public yet, was also filmed here.
23. Aug 2020 at 9:30 | Compiled by Spectator staff