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The complete Latin inscription “Soli Deo Honor et Gloria” at the facade of this cathedral cools only be read by God. From the street one can only see parts of the inscription. On this spot a wooden church existed to the honor of prince Leo,...More
The Dominican Church was originally built in the 13th century and then replaced by other successive churches until it took its present from in the 18th century. It has a nice Baroque structure including the large cupola.
Located in Lviv's Old Town just west of Rynok Square, this majestic, Baroque edifice was first built as a Roman Catholic church, but now serves the Greek Catholic community. A four-story neo-Baroque bell tower was erected in the 19th century, which can easily be spotted...More