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What a charming ancient church with century old tomb stones with barely seen mysterious inscriptions! I felt completely submerged in its sixteenth century atmosphere. It was a great and unusual experience.
Also known as Virmenska Street, it is one of the oldest streets in Lviv's historic Galitskiy District. There are a series of notable buildings along its length such as House #23, also known as The House of Seasons (it has a facade with sculptural decorations...More
This street has some very nice shops and restaurants, but aside from being close to the Armenian Cathedral,it retains no visible current connection to the historic Armenian population of Lviv. I was hoping to find an Armenian restaurant or shop, but was disappointed.
It starts from Svoboda street and goes all the way up to the Dzyga art cafe. On your way you see an Armenian church, beautifully decorated with 20th century paintings, colorful cafe with locally baked gingerbread 'Jurashki', an art gallery 'Green Sofa', dozens of cafes...More
Street of diverse germs of architecture, unlike some other streets in Lviv it is well-maintained. Churches, shops, cafes, restaurants with a special atmosphere.
The street surface is a bit slippery in winter when it is snowing or sleeting, so be extremely careful, you might have...More