The Map of Lviv
The map of Lviv is composed of 5 unique maps. The map is bilingual (English – Ukrainian). In addition, there is a complete list of major museums, theaters, concert halls, historical and cultural monuments, churches and places of worship, parks, entertainment, and an events calendar for the year.





Religious and Sacral Atlas
Our guidebook includes information about 255 religious sites located in Lviv, Vynnyky, Briukhovychi and Rudno, providing both detailed names and addresses. You will also find a list of miracle-working icons, and relics of saints and the blessed located in various churches of the city.
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Ot-Ot
“Ot-Ot” is the first bulletin published in Lviv, which includes information about all cultural, educational, sports and entertainment events that take place in Lviv.                            















1527
Great Fire in Gothic Lviv
1773
introduction of compulsory free day on Sunday and 16 holidays per year
1379
Lviv got "storage privilege"
1918
Ukrainian Sich Rifleman Stepan Pankivskyy hoisted Ukrainian flag on Lviv City Council Tower
2005
Young Eagles Cemetary was inaugurated
1704
Lviv was occupied by Swedish army led by the king Karl XII
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