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Sep 09, 2012

Lviv is the largest metropolis in western Ukraine’s culture capital, with a population of almost one and a half million people in its metropolitan area.  Existing in close proximity of the border that separates Ukraine and Poland, it also neighbors other cities such as Lutsk, Ternopoli, Ivano-Frankivsk and Uzhhorod.  Within a quick glimpse it is already obvious that the area has maintained a traditional look and clearly a heavy Soviet influence throughout.

It offers tourists a great number of monuments and architecture to feast their eyes upon.  This includes prestigious universities like the Lviv Polytechnic and Lviv University.  World-class philharmonic orchestra, as well as the Ballet Theatre and Opera are what Lviv is also known for.  However, it should be noted that its history has rewarded Lviv by placing it, on the UNESCO World Heritage listing.

Settlers as early as 5th century, in White Chroatia.  This was the Pre-history era.  Periods that followed includes: Galicia–Volhynia Wars, Halych-Volyn Principality, Interbellum period, Poland Monarchy, the Habsburg Empire, Polish-Ukrainian War, World War II, the Soviet and German occupation, the Soviet re-occupation, the Soviet Union, and the Ukraine Independence.

Well-known individuals from this city include the chess grandmaster Alexander Beliavsky, mathematician Stefan Banach, actors Leo Fuchs and Paul Muni, as well as Casimir Zelglen who invented the bulletproof vest.  The inhabitants of this part of Ukraine have many different religious backgrounds and beliefs.  There have been as many as over 50 churches, largely comprising of Christian establishments.  The Roman Catholics, Armenian Church and the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Lviv are the three religions followed by most people in Lviv.

Tourists who enjoy basking in the culture of this traditional place have a wide array of sights to see.  Architectures such as the Lychakivskiy Cemetery, buildings showcasing the baroque, and rennaisance periods.  Monuments worth visiting are especially sculptures of popular figures who have contributed a great deal, such as: Solomiya Krushelnytska, Saint George, Pope John Pall II, King Danylo, The Good Soldier Svejk, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, and Adam Mickiewicz to name a few.  Visitors who prefer the careful selection of items within museums and galleries might want to explore the National Museum, Museum of Religion, all contained within the Lviv National Museum, and those with a keen eye for art there is the Lviv National Art Gallery.

Sports are an important in the city's culture and tradition.  Polish football is considered to have been founded in Lviv.  Polish ice-hockey, ski-jumping, track and field, and rugby are all popular sports played.

Tourists who prefer to engulf themselves in the wonders of the beautiful churches will undoubtedly have a great time in Lviv.  The Armenian Cathedral, Dominican Church, Jesuit Church, Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Chapel of the Boim Family, St. George Cathedral, and the Latin Cathedral are all worth visiting.  Other recommended landmarks includes: Market Square, Shevchenko Monument, Union of Lublin mound, Lviv Rail Terminal, etc.  Bania, and the S. Krushelnytska Opera house are not to be missed.

Kavkaz, Mapa, Pid Kelpsydroyu, Wiener kaffeehaus, Amadeus, and Acropolis Tavern are a few places where tourists can relax and feed their appetite.  Those looking for lodging can opt for budget hostels, mid-range accommodations and high-end hotels.

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