Category:Master Paul of Levoča
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English: Master Paul of Levoča (Hungarian: Lőcsei Pál mester, Slovak: Majster Pavol z Levoče) was a medieval carver and sculptor of the 15th and 16th century, active mostly in the town of Levoča, in what is today eastern Slovakia.
- This late Gothic altar (completed in 1517) is the highest in Europe, with 18.62 meters of height. It is carved in wood and decorated with gold.
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