The splendid Church of St James (Chrám sv Jakuba) soars above the north side of the main square. It houses a magnificent 5.5m-high wooden altarpiece containing the Last Supper, and a baby-faced Madonna, both the work of sixteenth-century master-carver Pavol of Levoča. The church can only be entered with a guide, and tours are conducted on the hour. The ticket office is opposite the main entrance. A small and uninspiring museum, dedicated to Master Pavol, stands opposite the church and exhibits replicas of the art in the church.