In the 17th century it was Levoča where most Comenius’s books were printed. Here the first Czech edition of Orbis (The Visible World ..... Die sichtbare Welt) saw the light of the world, in the year 1685. It was a book in four languages - Latin, German, Hungarian and Czech. The book was editted in the printing office of L. Brewer. Daniel Sinapius Horčička is supposed to the author of the Czech adaption. The illustrations of Orbis Pictus were made by Jonas Bubenka according to the first Nurnberger edition of Orbis (1658). The book was published for the needs of Slovak schools. Paralelly in the year 1658 — and in the same printing office an Orbis in three languages was published, in Latin, German and Hungarian. The second Levoča edition appeare in the year 1728 in a new language adaptation by Juraj Bahila. Another edition of Orbis was elaborated in Levoča too, and that in the year 1778. By this edition the Levoča series of Comenius’s Orbis was finishecj (having had four publications altogether).