Lviv Things to Do

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    Svit Kavy Coffeehouse
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    Lots of pedestrian areas
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    Strolling the winter streets of Lviv
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  • 1. Hovanky Quest Rooms Lviv

    Everything is like in computer games, a quest but in a real room with tangible objects. Your aim is to get out of the room you were locked up in 60 minutes! Hovanky quest rooms is an adventure for...

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  • 2. Visiting Former Dominican Monastery

    Soli Deo Honor et Gloria – These are the words of the inscription above the main entrance to the church. They were taken from 1 Timothy 1:17:Now to the King...

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  • 3. Pause and Relax

    Stephan Yavorsky Square, that adjoins Theater Street, was renamed several times and got its present name in 1992. It was named after Stephan Yavorsky...

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  • 4. Revering Apostle St.Andrew

    St.Andrew the First-Called Cathedral belongs to Greek Catholic Church of Ukraine and is one of the most impressive cathedrals of Lviv now.The cathedral façade...

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  • 5. Paying Homage to Saint John of Dukla

    The architectural complex of the former Bernardine Monastery (now St.Andrew's Cathedral) is where the relics of Saint John of Dukla (1414-1484), a preacher and...

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  • 6. People Watching in Market Square

    This is what I was glad to do to take a break during our strolls around downtown.There are a lot of benches where you can sit and think of your futher...

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  • 7. Visit the City Hall

    The present city hall building was designed by architects Juzef Markel, Frantishek Treter and Alois Wondrashka and was built in 1827-1835. The historical...

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  • 8. Black Stone House

    The name of this house sounds as Chorna Kamianytsia in Ukrainian. This house belongs to the architectural gems of Lviv too. It is called an exceptional...

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  • 9. Walking Along Galician Street

    Galician Street became my favorite downtown street for walking during my last stay in Lviv.The street connects Market Square and Galician Square. The thing is...

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  • 10. Exploring Market Square

    Market Square is not big at all. Its dimensions are 142x129 meters.Market Square is small enough to walk along its perimeter within five minutes. However, do...

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  • 11. Admiring Ceiling Murals

    St.Andrew’s Cathedral has the most splendid painted ceiling I have ever seen. The murals on the ceiling represent a lot of Bible scenes and the scenes from the...

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  • 12. Cathedral Treasures

    St.Andrew’s Cathedral has an organ that deserves a special mention. It was built in the middle of the 17th century on donations of wealthy and pious city...

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  • 13. Numerous Altars

    St.Andrew’s Cathedral has several other altars. This is where you can stand, kneel, ponder and pray. The altars are represented on these pictures:Picture 1:-...

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  • 14. Viewing Side Altars

    There are two small altars to the left and to the right of the main one.You can pray in front of Virgin Mary’s Altar located to the left of the main altar. It...

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  • 15. Amazing Main Altar

    The main altar of St.Andrew’s Cathedral is called St.John of Dukla altar. It is located in the middle of presbyteries – the place where the church turns into a...

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  • 16. Former Holy Spirit Square

    Ivan Pidkova Square is located right behind Taras Shevchenko monument in Liberty Square in Galician District of Lviv.The square is between Theater Street and...

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  • 17. The Chapel of the Boims

    This chapel, located in the Old Town, is one of the masterpieces of Renaissance.It was commissioned by a well-known Lviv merchant George Boim and was built in...

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  • 18. Pay a Visit to Bernardine Courtyard

    The courtyard of the former Bernardine Monastery contains an old well that is closed for now. The rotunda above the well is crowned with the figure of St.John...

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  • 19. Renaissance Forever!

    During our short stay we decided to visit Temples of Lviv.Assumption of Our Lady Church in Ruska Street (Ruthenian Street) is the most famous Ukrainian sight in...

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  • 20. The Only Monument

    The old Guard-House is located just behind Shevchenko Monument. There is a small square in front of the house with a memorial plaque that reads that Ivan...

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  • 21. Baroque Pearl of Lviv

    The architectural complex in St. George’s Square at the height of St.George’s Mount consists of several historical buildings, among them:- St. George’s...

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  • 22. Architectural Gems

    Among other famous sites of Lviv our group also visited the Armenian Cathedral that can be called an architectural gem of Lviv. Its full name is Cathedral of...

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  • 23. Lviv Opera and Ballet Theater

    Lviv Opera and Ballet Theater is called after Solomia Krooshel’nytska (1875-1952), a famous Ukrainian opera singer.The building looks majestic and impressive...

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  • 24. Climbing the City Hall Tower

    I had enough time and decided to walk upstairs and enjoy the view and share the pictures with you here.You only have to enter the central entrance to the City...

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  • 25. Galician Square

    Galician Square, one of the oldest in Lviv, is located in the central city district called Galician District.If you look at the city plan, you will see this...

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