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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
Very Baroque facade together with interiors...
The Dominican Order first arrived in Lviv during the 13th century and the first wooden church built later destroyed by war, fires n the present day one rebuilt in 18th c.
Beautiful hand embroidered fabric used to decorate the icons as...More
Covered with gold, made in white marble and decorated with gorgeous paintings - this cathedral is probably the most luxurious one in terms of interior. The entrance is free and it us located close to the city center. Be sure to visit this place during...More
Surprising to know that in the Soviet era this building situated a hundred metres from the main square was used as a warehouse. Now it is a working church and you can visit it free of charge and do not even have to pay for...More
Dominican Cathedral is one of many breat-taking churches in Lwów. It is really worth going there, especially during hot days. It is cool and chilly inside which gives you a monet to have a rest and admire beautiful interiors. the church has a long history...More