Honestly, my favorite in Lviv!! The frescos are awesome, very impressive!! Worth visiting, really!! Must see by yourself
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The Armenian Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary (Armenian: Հայկական տաճար, Ukrainian: Вірменський собор, Polish: Katedra ormiańska) in Lviv, Ukraine is located in the city's Old Town, north of the market square. Until 1945 it was the cathedral of the Armenian Catholic Archdiocese of Lviv, since 2000 it serves as a cathedral of the Eparchy of Ukraine of the Armenian... More
Amazing place, with unusual wall paints presenting ghosts. Unusual combination of bisantic with roman architecture. Possibility to buy same souvenirs inside.
Tucked away in a neighborhood adjacent to the city square lies this gem of a church. The first thing you notice while walking in is the ethereal lighting effect through the windows on the right, making you feel you are having a true religious experience! The wall murals are colorful and stunning, and you could easily spend an hour hear... More
Armenian Virgin Mary's Dormition Church is not far from Market Square (Rynok Square). It is free to enter, but you need to pay if you want to see more. I particularly like the paintings on the walls in this church. I think there are some mysteries in them and it's very interesting to guess.
Originally built in the14th century, the church was almost extinguished by fire in 1527 and was later restored. Inside one can find beautiful and unusual interior (compared with "regular" orthodox chuches). Decorated domes and the 18th-century wooden altar are especially impressive.
Cost about 20 UAH, its very nice inside. we were there with a guide who explained all of the painting to us. we also got to hear the priest sing, it was beautiful.
When joined the church - look on the left wall in central area - impressive and absoutely unique wall-painting - funeral procession for bishop. Look who are in the line - alive and ghosts together. With candles which are on the edge between real and mistic world, strange face of young priest turned to us - as longer you will... More
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