CATHEDRAL OF ST ELIZABETH
The cathedral is one of the most beautiful Gothic structures in Slovakia. The present cathedral stands on a site formerly occupied by a parish church, which was destroyed by fire about 1370. The cathedral with five naves was restored various times and has changed is its interior and its exterior.
In the last stage of the restoration it was constructed on the left side of the northern nave one crypt, where have been put the rests of Ferenc Rakoczi II in the 1906. Inside of the rich cathedral it attracts to the attention the main altar of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, dating from 1474-77, is a Late-Gothic polyptych, it is unique in Europe as it contains the largest amount of panel paintings-48 altogether-on one altar.
ST MICHAEL'S CHAPEL
This gothic building probably comes from the first half of 14th century. It was built as a cemetery chapel in the centre of a cemetery inside the city walls and consecrated to Saint Michael, the patron of the dead. In the Middle Ages the upper part of the chapel had a important function during the funerals.
The lower part came used as a warehouse for boneses. The Archangel Saint Michael vanquishing the dragon - the Satan is shown on the altar. In the interior, there are rests of wall paintings from Middle Ages.
ST URBAN'S TOWER
Originally a Gothic tower was built beetwen the 14th and 15th centuries and later reconstructed in the Renaissance style. A bell, which was installed in the bell tower (his weight equals to 7 tones), was dedicated to St. Urban, the patron of viticulture.
The bell was fused by bell founder Frantisek Illenfeld of Olomouc in 1557. It originates them of the bell of Sant's Urban was restored and placed in front of the tower.
The building of the theatre be them in style neo baroque is of 1897-1899 and was constructed in place of the old theatre of the 18th century. In 1899 it was represented before recites of the great Galà. The inside of the theatre has a rich decoration ornaments them of stucco. It knows it of the theatre has the shape of a cithara, the ceiling is painted with frescoes to it with scenes that represent the works of W. Shakespeare. In the years the 1988-1994 building of the theatre with the park and Fountain was reconstructed in immense way.
La costruzione gotica è dalla seconda parte del XV secolo. La casa apparteneva negli anni 1542-1569 alla città di Levoca. Nel 1617 al suo interno fu creata la prima tipografia della città. L'edificio della casa di Levoca fu più volte ricostruita e restaurata.
It is the most ancient sacred construction of Kosice, and dates of the 13th century.