A picturesque mixture of Eastern and Western Europe. Great people watching and charming surroundings!
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Armenian Street is a hub of activity- from shops, art galleries, bars and restaraunts, it's all here. The architecture is wonderful, ranging from the enchanting side garden of the Armenian Cathedral to many, many old structures. I've been all over L'viv, but I often find...More
Great walk with many little coffee shops, restaurants and churches. Good to enter one of them when diakon sings.
This is in fact the very essence of Lviv, several cultures have lived side by side. Although the Jewish culture has in fact disappeared, unfortunately, you can anyway see in a very concrete way the coexistence of various cultures.
One of the nice streets of the old town. Worth visiting.... Armanian remainings are worth visiting...
One of the ancient Lviv streets that still reserve the spirit of the Old Lviv. There are many historical building, whole lot of cafes, shops and tourists too. Armenian yard with Cathedral is the top spot in the area.
Wonderfull historical site, small streets with charming cafes/restaurants - make sure, you try their special coffee.