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Lychakiv Cemetery

95 Pekars'ka Street, Lviv 7900, Ukraine
+380 322 755 415
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  • Very good22%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“buried here” (16 reviews)
“ivan franko” (11 reviews)
“polish soldiers” (10 reviews)
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95 Pekars'ka Street, Lviv 7900, Ukraine
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Reviewed yesterday

Fascinating cemetery with manicured area.Really interesting to walk and read carefully each gravestone.Fall is the best time to visit this cemetery.

Thank Александра Ц
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I’d read in a guide that this was the Père Lachaise of Eastern Europe. It proved to be a most interesting visit which highlighted Ukraine’s past as well as present. There were graves with cyrillic writing, others with names of Polish families and one or...More

Thank Stuart G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Must see while travelling Lviv, full of architectural masterpieces,u can walk for hours. Isn't scary as for cemetery:)

Thank Yulia S
Reviewed 5 December 2017

A nice place for a walk. There are many masterpieces of art, sculptures and tombs. Many famous Polish and Ukrainian people buried there. Especially Polish part commemorating soldiers.

Thank Michal M
Reviewed 1 December 2017 via mobile

The must visit place when you are in Lviv. Although it is a cemetery it is not scary or boring. A lot of tombs are real masterpieces of sculpture.

Thank Kateryna M
Reviewed 28 November 2017

It's not the first thing to do in Lviv but if you have some extra time, it can be an interesting activity. However it may be more meaningful to visit with a guide, or at least read about it and the people who are buried...More

Thank EnginKaban
Reviewed 16 November 2017

Really interesting only for graves and monuments of Ivan Franko, Solomiia Krushelnytska and Markiian Shashkevych. If you have not a lot of time in Lviv, boldly skip this place.

Thank 9oleksii
Reviewed 26 October 2017

An old and historical Memorial Cemetery of Lviv. Place of crying angels.... But if you are here, you did not feel sadness. Only you feel a power for living. Difficult to explain this but you feel like that really.....

Thank Olga084
Reviewed 25 October 2017

This Cemetery is very old and very famous... When you come there, you admit that you feel not sadness, only your soul feels a power for active living...Perhaps, difficult to explain these feelings.... I hope, photos I took, could help to you....

Thank Olga H
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

I was hesitant to visit, but glad I did. This is an old and historic cemetery with many ornate gravesites of famous and common people. There are also sections commemorating the sacrifices of Ukrainian, Polish, and even American military forces. I arrived very early as...More

Thank dino328gtb
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