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Über Lwiw

735.000 in der Stadt
171 km² (66 mi²)
289 m
L’viv (Ukrainian: Львів; Russian: Львов; German: Lemberg; Latin: Leopolis) is the biggest city of western Ukraine and administrative centre of L’vivska oblast. L’viv is well known as important cultural, scientific and economical center with very profitable location – 70 km from the Polish border. L’viv was established by King Danylo Galytskyi in early 1200s and named in honour of his son Lev. After Danylo’s death Lev made L’viv the capital of Galych-Volhynia principality. The city is first mentioned in the Galych-Volhynian Chronicle, which dates from 1256. During it’s history L’viv was a member of Kievan Rus’, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Western Ukrainian Republic, Second Polish Republic and Soviet Union. Since 1991 L’viv is a part of Ukraine. L’viv has very rich and manifold architecture legacy with gothic, renaissance, baroque and many other buildings. The historic city centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most significant city’s buildings are Lwiw State Opera and Ballet Theatre of Solomia Krushelnytska, Dominican Church and Convent, Latin Cathedral, Church of the Assumption, Ratusha, Saint George Cathedral, Gunpowder Tower and many others. The most appreciable high-rise buildings are Zubrivs'ka 45, Pancha Street 18A, Lwiw State Fiscal Administration.

Städte in der Metropolregion

Lwiw, Sokilnyky

Anzahl der Gebäude

No. Current status
312 Alle Gebäude
im Bau
nie errichtet

Die höchsten Gebäude

# Gebäude Höhe Jahr
1 Zubrivs'ka 45 217 ft 2007
2 Ratusha 213 ft 1851
3 Pancha Street 18A 187 ft 2008
4 Chukarina 6 164 ft -
5 Chervonoi Kalyny 49 157 ft -

Andere Gebäude

No. Type
18 Berühmte Gebäude
28 Gebäude mit Baubildern