6 A Journey Through The Roofs Of Lviv

A Journey Through The Roofs Of Lviv


Viewing a city from a roof top will never make interesting details that are usually poorly defined go unnoticeable. Today we’ll go to Lviv city, Ukraine.

The only sitting Statue of Liberty in the world is situated in Lviv. It decorates the roof of the Ethnographic Museum and is also called the Statue of Prudence.

Taras Shevchenko Memorial and Latin Cathedral.

The Dormitory Church.

The Dominican church and monastery. It used to embrace the Museum of the History of Religion and Atheism in Soviet times.

The TV Tower is the highest construction in the city.

Jesuit Church of St. Peter and Paul is closed for reconstruction.

It is now used as a book depository.

Lviv Opera and Ballet Theatre.

The Church of the Transfiguration.

Adam Mickievicz Monument.

St. Andrew’s Church.

A railway station.

Saint Elzbieta Church.

Location: Lviv

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6 Responses to “A Journey Through The Roofs Of Lviv”

  1. Verto says:

    So much “religious” city ! ! ! ! ! ! !

  2. jw says:

    piękne stare POLSKIE!!! miasto zabrane przez Stalina Polakom….

  3. Polak says:

    Polish cities + ukrainians = dust

  4. Ostyak-Vogul says:

    Oh Lviv I long for you! Most beautiful city in the world, that saw my birth; in my exile in far and remote Khantia-Mansia I long for you and think alway about you.

  5. Alex says:

    Extraordinary pictures, i’m just a bit worried if taking them might not be a bit dangerous (2nd pic … omg) ?

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