42 Sights in Lviv, Ukraine (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Lviv, Ukraine. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 42 sights are available in Lviv, Ukraine.

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1. Pharmacy Museum

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The Pharmacy Museum (drugsrore-mesuem) in Lviv, Ukraine, was opened in 1966 in the building of an old drugstore at the corner of the Market Square. It is the working drugstore and museum, the oldest of the existing pharmacies in Lviv. The museum consists of 16 rooms which exhibit antique pharmaceutical appliances, prescriptions, medicines, dishes, a library of pharmacy-related books, and even a reconstructed alchemy workshop.

Wikipedia: Pharmacy Museum, Lviv (EN)

2. Armenian Church

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The Stepniee Council or the Council of the Dormition of the Mother of God - one of the oldest and most valuable historic churches of Lviv, founded by Armenians in the second half of the fourteenth century, which has been almost from the beginning of the Armenian bishopric. Rebuilt and expanded many times, she retained architectural traces of all stages of its history. Its expansion and modernization carried out in the first half of the 20th century, undertaken on the initiative of Archbishop Józef Teofil Teodorowicz, was important in the history of the cathedral. Significant personalities from the world of science and art were involved in the expansion process, including: Jan Bołoz Antoniewicz, Franciszek Mączyński, Józef Mehoffer and Jan Henryk Rosen.

Wikipedia: Katedra ormiańska we Lwowie (PL)

3. Church of St. John the Baptist

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The Ivane Church of the Baptist - one of the oldest cult buildings in Lviv, is located on the Square of the Old Market, on the street. 1. Together with the temple of St. Nicholas, also built near the foot of the princely mountain, and several other religious buildings are considered part of the ensemble of the city of the Russian princes. Many legends and hypotheses are associated with the temple, both in its establishment and confessional history. The building houses the Museum of Ancient History of Lviv, as well as every Sunday religious services are held.

Wikipedia: Храм святого Івана Хрестителя (Львів) (UK)

4. Archcathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – one of the oldest churches in Lviv, located at the south-western corner of the Lviv market square. The church began to be built, in place of an older wooden one, in the 60s of the fourteenth century, and the construction was carried out in the mid-fifteenth century. The three-nave building in the Gothic style is 67 m long and 23 m wide and in some elements it is noticeable that its builders are modelled on St. Mary's Church in Krakow.

Wikipedia: Katedra Łacińska we Lwowie (PL)

5. Lviv National Art Gallery

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Borys Voznytsky Lviv National Art Gallery is the largest art museum in Ukraine, with over 62,000 artworks in its collection, including works of Ukrainian, Polish, Italian, French, German, Dutch and Flemish, Spanish, Austrian and other European artists. The artwork is currently divided into three major collections, housed in the historic Lozynsky and Potocki Palaces, while the Gallery additionally has the charge of fifteen small museums and historical buildings in or close to Lviv.

Wikipedia: Borys Voznytsky Lviv National Art Gallery (EN)

6. Рештки вежі токарів

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High and Low walls were laid in the XIV century. and completed by the middle of the XV century. They formed the first two lines of defense of Gothic Lviv and until the completion of the third line of defense in the middle of the XVI century. determined the defense capability of the city. The inner High Wall with a length of 1700 meters covered the perimeter of the City Center, and the Low Wall stretched between the city gates on three sides of the city.

Wikipedia: Оборонні мури Львова (UK)

7. Tsori Gilead Synagogue

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Beis Aaron ve-Yisroel is an operating synagogue in Lviv on Brativ Mikhnovsky Street. Returned to the Jewish community in 1989, representatives of the Karlin Hasidic direction who arrived to run the religious community began to call the synagogue "Beis Aaron ve Yisroel" to emphasize the synagogue's belonging to their institutions, but for Lviv residents it remained known by its historical name, Tsori Gilod.

Wikipedia: Синагога Цорі Ґілод (UK)

8. St. George's Cathedral

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The Archdeaconry of St. George in Lviv is the Cathedral of the Galician Metropolitanate of the UGCC, until 1817 at the monastery of the rank of Basilian, a Baroque-Rocoque monumental architectural ensemble with distinct national features (1744-1762), was considered the main shrine of Ukrainian Greek Catholics, before the construction of the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ in Kyiv.

Wikipedia: Собор святого Юра (UK)

9. Музично-меморіальний музей С. Крушельницької

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The musical-memorial music of Solomiya Krushelnytska is a museum in Lviv dedicated to the life and work of the outstanding Ukrainian opera singer and teacher Solomiya Krushelnytska. The Musical-Memorial Museum of Solomiya Krushelnytska in Lviv was founded in 1988 and inaugurated on October 1, 1989. The museum is located in the singer's former home, which she purchased in 1903.

Wikipedia: Музично-меморіальний музей Соломії Крушельницької (UK)

10. Церква Матері Божої Неустанної Помочі

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Church of Our Lady of the Snows in Lviv – is located at 2 Śnieżna Street. After 1945 it was closed and intended for a warehouse and then for the Museum of Photography. In the mid-90s, after Ukraine regained independence, the church was handed over to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. It bears the call of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and is led by Redemptorists.

Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Boskiej Śnieżnej we Lwowie (PL)

11. Церква cв. Миколая

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Церква cв. Миколая Alex Zelenko / CC BY-SA 4.0

Nicholas St. Nicholas, Archbishop of Mir of Lycian, miracle worker - a cult building in Lviv, the current temple of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, a monument of architecture of national importance. Traditionally, the most ancient temple of the city is considered. It is located under the mountain of Budelnytsia on the street. Bohdan Khmelnitsky, 28 g.

Wikipedia: Церква святого Миколая (Львів) (UK)

12. Ivan Franko

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The monument to Ivan Franko in Lviv is a monument to the Ukrainian writer Ivan Franko in Lviv, located on Universitetskaya Street in front of the main building of the Lviv National University. Ivan Franko. It was opened on October 30, 1964. The height of the monument together with the pedestal is 12.5 m, the height of the monument itself is 8 meters.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Іванові Франку (Львів) (UK)

13. Dormition Church

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Dormition Church Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Ospenen (Volokian) Church in Lviv, also the Stavropigian Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a current stone church in Lviv, built in 1591-1629 under the plan of Pavel Roman, with the participation of Wojciech Kapinos and Amvrosius of the supporting person. The parish belongs to the Diocese of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Успенська церква (Львів) (UK)

14. Регіональний ландшафтний парк «Знесіння»

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Znesinnya Regional Landscape Park is the largest park in Lviv, Ukraine. It is located in the north-east part of the city and reachable within a 20-minute walk from the Ratusha and the Rynok Square. Together with the Vysokyi Zamok the hills of Park Znesinnya form Lviv's distinctive city skyline, known from drawings going back to the 16th century.

Wikipedia: Znesinnia Regional Landscape Park (EN)

15. Львівським броварям

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The monument to the lion's eyebrow is the first city in Ukraine to brew beer. Located on the opposite side of Liberty Avenue, near the shopkeeper's tower. Open on May 9, 2011 on City Day. In the same year, the famous French website "Remains of Clockism" recognized the clock on the monument as one of the most primitive in the world.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник львівським броварям (UK)

16. Hlyniany Gate

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Hlyniany Gate is the focal point of the few remaining fortifications in Lviv, Ukraine. It was built in 1618 to Fryderyk Getkant's designs in order to defend the approach from Hlyniany. The outer moat and the wooden galleries on the inside are the upshot of a 1970s reconstruction. Just beyond the gate is the Bernardine monastery.

Wikipedia: Hlyniany Gate (EN)

17. Музей історії Львівської залізниці

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The Museum of the History of the Lviv Railway is a museum established in Lviv in 1973. At that time, it was the first institution of this kind in Ukraine. Then more were created. Since 2001, the museum has been located in the House of Science and Technology of the Lviv-West Locomotive Depot at 54-56 Fedkowicza Street.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Historii Kolei Lwowskiej (PL)

18. Снопківський парк

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Snopkivsky Park is a park (forest park) in the Halytsky district of Lviv, a monument of landscape art of local importance. The original name of the park was "Friendship". In the 1990s. renamed "Snopkivsky" after the name of the Snopkiv area in which it is located. The total area of the park is 35.66 hectares.

Wikipedia: Снопківський парк (UK)

19. St. Sofia Greek Catholic Church

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The Church of St. Sophia is the wisdom of God-the Greek Catholic Temple in the Sikhiv district of Lviv. Located on the territory of the UCU Student Town at: Lviv, Sq. Sophia of the Wisdom of God, 1, near Stryi Park and the building of the Main Directorate of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine in Lviv region.

Wikipedia: Церква святої Софії — Премудрості Божої (Львів) (UK), Website

20. The Les Kurbas Theatre

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The Les Kurbas Lviv Academic Theater was founded in 1988 by Volodymyr Kuchynsky and a group of young actors who, like the outstanding Ukrainian director Les Kurbas and his colleagues in 1918, felt the need to create a theater. Oleg Mikhailovich Tsyona has been the artistic director of the theater since 2019.

Wikipedia: Les Kurbas Theatre (EN)

21. Львівський історичний музей

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The Lviv Historical Museum (MHL) is a historical museum in Lviv, a local cultural institution of Lviv. Lviv, founded in 1940 on the basis of the collections of the National Museum in Lviv and the Historical Museum of the City of Lviv looted by the Soviet authorities; documents the history of Lviv.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Historyczne we Lwowie (PL)

22. Церква свмч. Климентія Шептицького

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The Templar Army commemorates the ancient tomb of Sheptia built by xvii among lions. Goats used to wear different names at different times: Holy Speedboat, Missionary, Charity, Holy Casino. Located in the city center, on the winding Maxim Street, 1, there are barefoot caramel cakes nearby.

Wikipedia: Костел святого Казимира (Львів) (UK), Website

23. National Academyc Ukrainian Drama Theatre name after Maria Zan’kovetska

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National Academyc Ukrainian Drama Theatre name after Maria Zan’kovetska Original uploader was Крис at uk.wikipedia / CC BY 2.5

Maria Zankovetska Theatre is a drama theatre in the centre of Lviv, Ukraine, at the intersection of Lesya Ukrayinka Street and Prospekt Svobody. The building was erected in the mid 19th century and until World War I was used as a theatre stage and a session hall of the regional council.

Wikipedia: Maria Zankovetska Theatre (EN), Website

24. Палац Любомирських

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The Lviv palace of Prince Stanisław Lubomirski was built in the 1760s to Jan de Witte's design on the site of several older houses. The palace's main façade, featuring decoration by Sebastian Vessinger, is on the Market Square. The two other fronts are considerably less conspicuous.

Wikipedia: Lubomirski Palace, Lviv (EN)

25. Бернардинський костел Св. Андрія Первозванного

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The Bernardine church and monastery in Lviv, Ukraine, is located in the city's Old Town, south of the market square. The monastery along with the Roman Catholic church of St. Andrew, today the Greek Catholic church of St. Andrew, now belong to the Order of St. Basil the Great.

Wikipedia: Bernardine Church, Lviv (EN)

26. Меморіальний музей С. Людкевича

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Commemorating the educational and cultural institutions of Stanisrad Quevich Manor. Lion is a department of music memorial museum in a steep place in music. Lion. In 1995 a room in Mrs. Stanislav's villa opened for the initiative of the remains of Mrs. Suni, a composer's wife.

Wikipedia: Меморіальний музей Станіслава Людкевича (UK), Website

27. Церква Святого Андрія Первозваного

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Tsegrkva of the Holy Anndriya Pirvozovana-the Orthodox Church in the Shevchenkivskyi District of Lviv, built as the Church of the Holy Catholic Order of the Franciscan Reform. Entered in the Register of Monuments of Ukraine of local importance of Lviv under security No. 1685.

Wikipedia: Церква святого Андрія Первозваного (Львів) (UK)

28. Церква Положення Пояса Пресвятої Богородиці

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The Church of the Belt of the Blessed Virgin Mary belongs to the Lviv Archdiocese of the UGCC. It is located at the intersection of Golovaty and Yavornitsky streets in the Lviv Railway District of Lviv. Legal address - str. Golovaty, 7-A. Priest: Fr. Kovalets Ivan (Prot.)

Wikipedia: Церква Положення пояса Пресвятої Богородиці (Львів) (UK)

29. Museum of Ethnography,Arts &Crafts

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Museum of Ethnography,Arts &Crafts Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Museum of Ethnografia and Art Thinking of the Institute of Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is the only museum of ethnography in Ukraine, which is subordinated to the Institute of Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Музей етнографії та художнього промислу (UK)

30. Adam Mickiewicz

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Adam Mickiewicz Alex Zelenko / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Adam Mickiewicz Monument, also known as the Adam Mickiewicz Column,, is a Neo-classical column commemorating the Polish Romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz (1798–1855) located at the Mickiewicz Square in the centre of Lviv, Ukraine, and opened in 1904.

Wikipedia: Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Lviv (EN)

31. Художньо-меморіальний музей Олекси Новаківського

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Художньо-меморіальний музей Олекси Новаківського Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Bondomorial Museum of Oleksi Novakivsky-Museum Institution of Art and Memorial Direction, Branch of the Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum, exposition of the museum is devoted to the person and work of Ukrainian artist Oleksa Novakivsky (1872–193.

Wikipedia: Художньо-меморіальний музей Олекси Новаківського (UK), Website

32. National Museum & Memorial to the Victims of Occupation

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The National Museum-Memorial of Victims of the Occupation Regimes, or the Prison on Łącki (Street) is a former detention center in Lviv that throughout the 20th century was primarily used as a political prison of the Polish, Soviet and Nazi regimes.

Wikipedia: Prison on Łącki Street (EN), Website

33. Potocki Palace

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The Potocki Palace in Lviv was built in the 1880s as an urban seat of Alfred Józef Potocki, former Minister-President of Austria. No cost was spared to make it the grandest nobleman's residence in the city. It is located on the Kopernyka street, 15.

Wikipedia: Potocki Palace, Lviv (EN)

34. Бернарденгарден

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Бернарденгарден Крис / CC BY 2.5

Bernarden Garden (Square) is in the middle of the lion, near the former Bernarden Temple. Appearing as a monastery garden, the territory's only green plantation was once confined to urban ants. In a territory protected by RMB as a world heritage.

Wikipedia: Бернарденгарден (UK)

35. Church of St. Olha and Elizabeth

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The Church of Sts. Olha and Elizabeth is a Catholic church located in Lviv, Ukraine between the city's main rail station and the Old Town. It was originally built as a Western Catholic church and today serves as a Ukrainian Greek Catholic church.

Wikipedia: Church of Sts. Olha and Elizabeth, Lviv (EN), Website

36. Ботанічний сад ЛНУ ім. І. Франка

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The Botanic Garden of the Lviv National University named after Ivan Franko is an educational and research institution at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and is included in the nature reserve fund as an object of national importance.

Wikipedia: Ботанічний сад Львівського університету (UK), Website

37. Pohulianka Park

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Foresters of "walking" green space (forest park) in Shicheng area. The park is located between streets, grazing, Washington, green and walking places; The northern part of the park is bordered by the Botanical Garden of Lion University.

Wikipedia: Парк «Погулянка» (UK)

38. Medova Pechera

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Honey cave or jellyfish cave; Geological relics of local importance in Ukraine. Located in the east of Lion, on the street of Honey Cave. In 2009, Honey Cave was included in the boundary of the green area of the wine garden "Manor".

Wikipedia: Медова печера (UK)

39. Zamkova

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The Lviv High Castle is a historic castle located on the top of the Castle Hill of the city of Lviv. It is currently the highest point in the city, 413 metres (1,355 ft) above sea level. The castle currently stands in ruins.

Wikipedia: Lviv High Castle (EN)

40. Cemetery of the Defenders of Lwów

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Cemetery of the Defenders of Lwów Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Cemetery of the Defenders of Lwów is a memorial and a burial place for the Poles and their allies who died in Lwów during the hostilities of the Polish-Ukrainian War and Polish-Soviet War between 1918 and 1920.

Wikipedia: Cemetery of the Defenders of Lwów (EN)

41. Lviv National Philharmonic

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Myroslav Skoryk Lviv National Philharmonic is a philharmonic of Lviv region with its head office in Lviv at 7 Tchaikovsky Street. The General Director of the Lviv National Philharmonic is Volodymyr Syvokhip.

Wikipedia: Львівська національна філармонія (UK), Website

42. Hora Leva

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Mount Leva is one of the hills of the Davydiv ridge, a natural monument of local significance. The hill is located near the center of Lviv, between Opryshkivska, Maksym Kryvonos and Oleksa Dovbush streets.

Wikipedia: Гора Лева (UK)

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