Stará Ľubovňa and surroundings

Saint Nicolaus´ Church

The rectangular square of Stará Ľubovňa belongs to one of the most impressive squares within Scepus region and it testifies to the planned construction of a medieval town. In the middle of the town is the originally early-Gothic church from about 1280. It used to have only one nave, a presbytery and a tower in front of the church in the ancient time. That one-nave construction was rebuilt in the Baroque style to a three-parts´one in the 18th century. There are seven altars, mostly Baroque ones. The late-Gothic stone baptismal font from the early 16th century is also of high value. The church can be visited with a guide.

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This publication has been co-financed with resources of the European Regional Development Fund within the framework of the Programme INTERREG IIIA Poland – The Slovak Republic, managed by the Carpathian Euroregion – Poland in Rzeszów.