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Compared to Pidhirtsi and Olesko, Zolochiv was rather unexciting and average. It looked more like a manor than a castle, and imo a tad over-restored.
The main building, in a pink-coral hue, is called the Chinese Palace. It is now a museum of sorts, although...More
We enjoyed this place a great deal and I'd highly recommend a visit. The place is dripping with history and they're is a good display of art and other artifacts. The Chinese Palace is great with a fabulous display of Chinese art. We visited as...More
Jakub Sobieski baroque stylized castle was built in the 1636 AD. Childhood was here King Jan Sobieski.
Fortress walls are with a beautiful view of the Small Woodlands and Bare-mountain ridge. Some boulders of the mysterious Gothic shirts are at the bottom.
The castle is...More
This castle is on the tourist trail as one of the three castles close to Lviv. Unfortunately it was raining heavily when we visited Zolochiv so we were not able to see everything. Construction started in 1634 as a residence for a Polish noble family...More
One of the three castles of so called Lviv Houseshoe. The castle is quite well kept with a museum inside. You can climb to the outer walls but the view is nothing special. There is a restaurant there which looks great but since we didn't...More
It is is surrounded by bulk rolls. "Pearl" is an ensemble of Chinese Palace (Hall). As said, such facilities in Europe, only 3 survived, the other two in Potsdam and Petrodvorets.
Despite its austere appearance, the palace was a miracle of engineering and construction thought...More
A friend drove us here after a day in Lvov & around it. It was closing at 5 pm, but the guards let us in to see the grounds. Really nice, pretty garden, I am sure it's valuable inside as well, as it is protected....More
Went there today on one of the "3 Zamky / Castles" organized bus tours from Lviv. The tours begin at 10:00 and end at 17:00 - 18:00, leaving from the Rynok Square in Lviv. and also include the Olesko Castle (first), Pidhirtsi (second) and Zolochiv...More