41 Like Somewhere In Europe

Like Somewhere In Europe

Posted on July 23, 2012 by team

Looks like some shabby European city, but it is not. It’s what morning in Lviv, Ukraine, looks like.


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41 Responses to “Like Somewhere In Europe”

  1. asdfgfg says:

    Can someone please explain how much of anything interesting in Lwow was built Poles and how much by Ukrainians? That will finally determine whether Lwow is Polish or Ukrainian (current location notwithstanding). Just like Gdansk is really a German city.

  2. Terry says:

    ma city! going back in 2 weeks

  3. hangover says:

    place where time have stopped on 17.9.1939. sad.

  4. Grzgrz says:

    Well, its not “like” in Europe, Lwow is in Europe – both geographically and in term of architecture.

  5. tom says:

    Never been to Lvov but as a eager tourist I would like to see her one day. Mornings are perfect moments to get acquainted with true ambiance of every city, because in some cities other tourists and traffic chaos could overshadow some nice elements. I usually go out very early in the morning, order typical local breakfast and meanwhile watch citizens.

  6. chemia says:

    17.09.39 ? You know whay ? it’s sad but stop 01.09.39 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_invasion_of_Poland
    Moscow is without honor !

  7. altnume says:

    As a part of Poland is (1349-1772)
    As part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1772-1914)

  8. sauron says:

    Lviv is a beautiful city, I hope to visit there.

  9. hawaiian says:

    soviet/russian influence = destruction and stagnancy. unfortunately for the city ukrainian is not much different

  10. René says:

    Looks like Old Montreal.

  11. Corvin says:

    I am a Pole. I was in Lviv. This is a very nice city. Beautiful homes and a piece of the difficult history of Polish-Ukrainian border. Today, they live there, wonderful and hospitable people and beautiful women.

  12. raaa says:

    Kocham Lwów!!!

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  14. Mi says:

    Good to know Ukraine and its cities is not part of Europe… wait a minute…

  15. Osip says:

    They need to replace more of the crappy Soviet era windows.

  16. Peterus says:

    The polish history is visible in form of nice old buildings. The soviet history is also visible in form that this building are derelicted.

  17. El Yeyuno says:

    Ukraine and Poland are NOT in Europe??

    • chemia says:

      Poland is in Europe, Ukrainian is not ! That how you understanding this is that who you are :)
      ( geography is not first here) :P

      • asteroid no.444 says:

        I don’t know who taught you geography, chemia but they did a poooooor job of it. Europe extends to the Ural Mountains.

      • vorontsevich says:

        Lol. Ukraine is in Europe, and not just in a geographical sense.

        Shows how much understanding that you have.

      • Chac Mool says:

        “…Poland is in Europe, Ukrainian is not!…”. OMG… Another American that can’t read maps… Really, you’ll be surprised by the number of morons that write things like this here.

  18. Beria says:

    This place is very poor. There is no beautiful poverty. The city is made worse by those ads, especially the giant beer banner (in english no less).

  19. Fred says:

    I don’t see anything so shabby about it, except for the grafitti in one photo. Old buildings look old, that’s all.

  20. Alex says:

    This is Europe, not like Europe…

  21. suigin says:

    So where is Ukraine if not in Europe? Australia?

  22. lbytesxk says:

    I could live there, I love how there are no people on the streets, no crowd, no morons to look at

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