Zehra is a village and municipality in the Spišská Nová Ves District in the Košice Region of central-eastern Slovakia.
The village lies at an altitude of 426 metres and covers an area of 9.658 km². It has a population of about 1700 people.
The village was first mentioned in local records in 1245, when Count Johann of Žehra was given permission to construct a church there by the church authorities of Spiš.
The church building is a single nave structure, topped with onion-shaped domes of the 17th century.
The Church of the Holy Spirit was completed in 1275. It is noted both for its unique appearance, perched on a mound above the village, and for its remarkable series of wall paintings.
The church was declared a Czechoslovak National Monument in 1985, and in 1993 was listed as a World Heritage Site together with the nearby Spiš Castle, Spišská Kapitula and (since 2009) the nearby town of Levoča.