Spisska Nova Ves

Found in the Kosice Region of Slovakia, Spisska Nova Ves is a town that can be spotted to the southeast of the gigantic High Tatras found in the Spis region. Lying on the banks related to the Honrad River, this region was visited upon by the Slavic tribes during the sixth century. The locals here take pride in the lentil-shaped square here, and the beauty of the town is yet another feature that finds the approval of many tourists.

Spisska Nova Ves

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Found in the Kosice Region of Slovakia, Spisska Nova Ves is a town that can be spotted to the southeast of the gigantic High Tatras found in the Spis region. Lying on the banks related to the Honrad River, this region was visited upon by the Slavic tribes during the sixth century. The locals here take pride in the lentil-shaped square here, and the beauty of the town is yet another feature that finds the approval of many tourists.

The Main Square that curves and possesses bulging sides brings out the medieval look to it. Spisska Nova Ves is also known for historical monuments as the three-nave Gothic Church related to that of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary that stands in the heart of the square is a superlative structure that is a significant monument here. The tympanum with the relief found on the southern sections of the church is looked upon as one of the exquisite ones in the Spis region. The church tower that stands tall at 87m is the tallest in Slovakia. The Town Hall that dates back to the period 1777-1779 was erected in the Classical style and it underwent reconstruction during the mid 1990s.

The nearby village of Smizany known for the tallest wooden altar in the world, Spissky hrad, which is one of the largest castle ruins in Europe and Dobsinska with the biggest ice cave in Slovakia are attractions in the vicinity that demands the traveler’s attention.