Stará Ľubovňa and surroundings

Burghers´ Houses

The town´s plan represents the shape of half a lentile. The dwelling houses of trade artisans´ character from the early 17th century are built mostly in the late-Renaissance style. Especially noteworthy is the house No.15 from the 15th century which was initially built in the Gothic style. It is not difficult to find it between the other burghers´ houses as the murals have been still preserved on the Baroque facade from the 18th century. The mural paintings represent the scenes of the Trinity and the Flight into Egypt. The side paths and castle streets give an irreproducible atmosphere to this „forgotten“ Scepus town.

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