Vul. Hlibova, 12 – residential building (former Palatyn villa)
Former villa is a characteristic example of Neo-Gothic architecture in Lviv featuring elements of Neo-Romanesque style. It was originally built in 1875 according to design by constructor Edmund Köhler for the family of Władysław Czarnowski. It was called then villa Zacisze (Serenity). In 1893 it was reconstructed considerably by architect Alfred Kamienobrodzki for Olimpia Wyszyńska. The historic appearance of the building has survived mostly intact. The former villa is an architectural monument of local significance (#722). Today it is an apartment house.