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St. George's Cathedral is a Greek Catholic 18th-century cathedral with rococo yellow facade, housing an icon of the Virgin Mary. During 19th and 20th centuries, the cathedral served as the mother church of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. The cathedral reflects both Western influences and...More
Lviv is full of beautiful churches, and St. George's is certainly not one to miss, even though it is a bit of a hike from downtown (and all uphill!).It is free to enter but has donation boxes. The inside looks surprisingly small compared to what...More
Located 20-something walking – thought Ivan Franko Park – minutes away from the Lviv Opera House, this is magnificent building is located in the top of a hill is worth the visit. The grounds are very calm and beautiful, and with a nice view.
Although the church has an appealing interior, many other churches in Lviv also do and are closer to the old city. Franko park, which is almost adjacent to the church, is a pleasant place for a rest or a walk.
We visited this cathedral on a Sunday, and were able to attend part of the service, as well as visit the crypt, where the tombs of several important clerics are located. We also venerated the icon and relics of St. Mykola Charnetsky , who was...More
I can't say I am often to this Cathedral as I am not very religious person and this Cathedral is not in the center and a little bit away of my district too. But it is so magnificent and tso beautiful which means I take...More
Nice area, close to the Lviv National University and beautiful park. There us a square in front of the cathedral and the church itself has an inner outdoor space. What I recommend is either to read about this place forehand or go there with a...More