By some accounts, Lviv has more than 100 churches and it's all too easy to overdose on ornate interiors and golden iconostases, but one...
Residing in one of Lviv's grandest 19th-century palaces, this sometimes confusing museum (too many doors, ticket rippers, sections,...
Thanks to its splendid array of buildings Lviv was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1998, and this old market square lies at its...
This is where the arty, alternative crowd that hangs out at Dzyha goes to party. The slate alternates between disco, theme nights...
Of the two neighbouring wrap shops on vul Lesi Ukrainky, this is the best. It’s great for a quick bite, plus they deliver.
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Transfiguration Church information
The tall copper-domed church just west of the Armenian Cathedral is the late-17th-century Transfiguration Church, the first church in the city to revert to Greek Catholicism after Ukrainian independence in 1991. This place is particularly impressive during a service (early mornings and evenings).