In the Gothic parish church of St. Saint James in Levoča (eastern Slovakia, Spiš), there is the highest wooden altar in the world.

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Its height is 18.62 m. Its author is the famous sculptor from the Gothic period, Master Paul of Levoča. Although the church burned down many times and there was a war going on around it, the most damage to the altar was caused by bark beetles. The team that undertook its conservation in the years 1952-1954 was awarded state awards.