18 Ancient And Beautiful Lviv

Ancient And Beautiful Lviv

Today we’ll make a journey to the Ukrainian city Lviv which is well-known for its sights and chocolate.

The water park.


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18 Responses to “Ancient And Beautiful Lviv”

  1. Barbar says:

    Ah, Western Ukraine. Such an alien place. Just like Poland.

  2. David says:

    Awesome! I used to live in L’viv in 2004. And have been back a few times. It’s such a great city!

  3. Jacek says:

    My family used to live there till the soviet times. Lwow will always be present in polish hearts.

    Nie ma Polski bez Wilna i Lwowa.
    Leopolis Semper Fidelis!

  4. akira02 says:

    Lviv is great, I was there two weeks ago and it’s all in all a very authentic city with nice people (once you get to know them a bit) and always busy. Even in the middle of the day people are in the cafes, restaurants and others. Check inyourpocket.com for a great guide if you want to visit.

  5. wacek says:

    Piękne miasto Lwów

  6. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Great pics! Thanks much!!

  7. A. Bunka says:

    Beautiful Polish city.

  8. balgam says:

    Looks like a fantastic city. I added it on my list.

  9. Gerry says:

    It’s big luck for the world culture heritage that the “red storm” in the 1920’s didn’t hit so hard the western region and these great monuments escaped vandalism and destruction, so we can enjoy them today.

  10. Tom says:

    Great shots, but this website needs to properly size the images before uploading them. They take forever to load!

  11. Andrei K. says:

    My town!!! I was born in 1974 in Lvov and the “Soviets” have maintained it in perfect condition.

  12. Boston Bloke says:

    Beautiful city with an ugly history. Unbelievable that the Ukrainians collaborated with the Nazis when the Germans entered the city. Records show that German soldiers were even surprised by the viciousneed of the local population in rounding up the Jews during the pograms.

    • huh says:

      You better do some further reading on your Soviet history. Read up on the Holodomor of the 20’s and 30’s. The Ukrainians suffered more and had more of their people killed by the communists than the Nazis killed the Jews.

      Get it into your head that the Jews are only a small part of WWII.

  13. JJ Joseph says:

    Why does the picture #7 from the bottom) show a Lada on the roof of an old building? How was the Lada lifted up there? The photo URL is http://media.englishrussia.com/newpictures/bloscity007-42.jpg

  14. uliqed says:

    I have been raised in Lviv, and lived there for 15 years. God, i miss it so much.

  15. USSR says:

    Served 2 years in the army there… Greetings to Lipovka :)

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