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The Lychakiv cemetery

The journey through Lviv cannot be called complete if you didn’t visit its most mysterious place - the Lychakiv necropolis. It is one of the oldest cemeteries of Europe, which emerged on the slopes of Lychakiv back in 1786. No visitor has left indifferent after seeing its greatness and calmness.

No, we will not look for ghosts, we will talk about people of Lviv: famous, very famous and not well-known to the public eye, who, in due time, lived in our city, created, loved, suffered, joked – in a nutshell, created the history of Lviv as we know it today, thanks to them as well.
Ivan Franko, SolomiyaKrushelnytska, MarkianShashkevych, VolodymyrIvasyuk, Stanislav Lyudkevych, Iryna Wilde, Ivan Krypiakevich, SigmundGorgolevsky, Stefan Banach, Arthur Grogeter, Josef Adam Bachevsky, Josef Torosevich .... Famous Ukrainians, Poles, Jews, Armenians - all of them were primarily the people of Lviv, who left us the things we should remember, what we can be proud of and never lose. We will talk about this during our tour of Lychakiv's necropolis.

We are not going to look for ghosts, no way. We are going to talk about Leopolitans: the famous ones, the very famous ones and those who were not well-known to general public, who in their time lived in our city, who created, loved, suffered and joked. In short, we will talk about people who created the history of Lviv, the history as we know it today thanks to them in particular. These are Ivan Franko, Solomiya Krushelnytska, Markian Shashkevych, Volodymyr Ivasyuk, Stanislav Lyudkevych, Iryna Wilde, Ivan Krypiakevich, Sigmund Gorgolevsky, Stefan Banach, Arthur Grogeter, Josef Adam Bachevsky, Josef Torosevich .... Famous Ukrainians, Poles, Jews, Armenians - all of them were primarily Leopolitans, who left us the things we should remember, things we should be proud of and should never lose. These are only some of the topics we are going to talk about during our tour of Lychakiv necropolis.

Личаківський цвинтар Личаків

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