Photographer's Note

In this collage of the four pictures, you can see from above almost all Lviv.
There are two high points in Lviv that you can climb and have the view of the city. One is the tower of the Town Hall (Ratusha). There are about 300 steps to get there but you are rewarded with these views.
On the highest picture, you can see the dome of the former Dominican Church and to the left is the Kornyakt Tower and the green domes of the Dormition Church. In the picture under it, the church with the tower is the Latin Cathedral. On the left there is a small but beautifully decorated Boim Chapel. In the middle, you can see the Mickiewicz Monument. In the third picture, the green stripe is Svobody Avenue with the Shevchenko Monument and the Opera at the end of it. and finally, in the lower photo is the Armenian church with the tower.

I climbed also the High Castle Hill. There is also nice view from there but it is interesting in one direction only and it is partly hidden by the trees.

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The view from the hill. Yoiu can see the people on the Ratusha Tower :).

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