Palaces of Culture

Gnat Hotkevich City Palace of Culture

Phone: +38 (032) 252-27-67, 252-28-25
Fax: +38 (032) 231-63-47
E-mail: hotkevch@lvivfarlep.net
Gnat Hotkevich City Palace of Culture
Kushevycha str., 1
tel. +38 (032) 252-27-67

Lviv National Palace of Aesthetic Education for School - aged Youth

Phone: +38 (032) 275-61-63, 276-45-64
Fax: +38 (032) 275-32-47
Lviv National Palace of Aesthetic Education for School - aged Youth
Petrushevycha sq., 2
tel. +38 (032) 275-61-63

Nowadays Lviv National Palace of Aesthetic Education for School Youth is the regional methodical center of the environment organization, cultural-educational work and aesthetic upbringing of youth. The history of the Palace foundation starts at 1956, when the former theatre premises were rebuilt for the Palace of Culture.

     At the present time the Palace has a strong material and technical basis and a promising potential:

  • concert hall for 640 places;
  • conference hall for 100 places;
  • studios for circles and societies.

International workshops of Ukrainian national dances named by Avramenko and the festival of the modern variety dance “Rhythm of time” take place in the Palace with the purpose to popularize Ukrainian national creativity, to develop the modern aesthetic style and to widen the creative contacts.


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March 2016
April 2016
The V Festival of Pysanka (Easter eggs) in Lviv
May 2016
“Flugery L’vova” (“Weather-Vanes of Lviv”) – the 11th International Jazz Festival
The 6th “Wiz-Art” International festival
June 2016
Alfa Jazz Fest 2016
September 2016
Lviv Fashion Week
December 2017
Lviv Christmas Fair


1895
Church of Barefoot Carmelites was built according to the project of Franz Schtatz Jr. from Koln  
1846
Progressive Synagogue was built on Staryy Rynok Square according to the plans of Ivan Levytsskyy
1772
Lviv was occupied by Austrian general Hadik
1994
The 1st Forum of Bookpublishers was held in Lviv
1626
Union of Armenian Church with Roman Catholic Church
1434
Rus Voivodship was founded and Lviv became its center
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