Around Starojevreiska

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Around Staroyevreiska project aims to accumulate a database of scholarly elaborations of archival and bibliographical data, live research, as well as visual (videorecordings, photogallery, graphic materials) and verbal (interviews) information.

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Vul. Staroyevreiska, 54 – former Great City synagogue

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Vul. Arsenalna, 7– Kahal Building with Ritual Bath (Mikvah) and Butchery (Shchita)

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Vul. Staroyevreiska, 41 – former Beth Hamidrash building

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Vul. Fedorova, 27 – former Golden Rose Synagogue (Taz, Turey Zahav)

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Vul. Fedorova, 21 – former residential building

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Vul. Fedorova, 21 – residential building

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Vul. Arsenalna, 3 – Lviv History Museum (formerly, a jewish school building)

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Pl. Rynok, 12 – former Shomrat Shabat Association's synagogue

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Vul. Staroyevreiska, 52 – former "Borukhovska" house

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Vul. Lychakivska, 225 – former "Levi Israel" community synagogue

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Vul. Sianska, 04 – former "Chasidim Schul" synagogue

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Pl. Staryi Rynok – former Tempel synagogue

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Vul. Sianska, 05 – former Beit Hamidrash

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Vul. Sianska, 16 – former Great Suburban Synagogue

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Vul. Medova, 3 – former "Or Shemesh" synagogue

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Vul. Mudroho, 39 – former "Ahudas Schloma" synagogue

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Vul. Shpytalna – former Learning Torah Association's synagogue

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Vul. Zavodska, 3 – remains of Zichron Josef synagogue

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Vul. Kniazia Leva, 3 – former Or Hajushor community synagogue

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Vul. Sianska – former synagogue of Beit Lechem Society

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Vul. Vuhilna, 1-3 – former Jankel Jancer Shul synagogue

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Vul. Balabana, 8 – former "Meleches Henoch" synagogue

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Yaniv cemetery territory – former Beth Tahora (Jewish chapel)

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Vul. Brativ Mikhnovskykh – former "Tsori Hilyod" synagogue

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Vul. Bankivska, 6 – former "Ose Tov" community Beit Midrash

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Former vul. Bohdaniwska – Ohel Yesharim community synagogue

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The objective of the project is to accumulate a database of scholarly elaborations of archival and bibliographical data, live research, as well as visual (videorecordings, photogallery, graphic materials) and verbal (interviews) information. This data can contribute to the cause of discovering, bringing back and renewing the memory of the Jewish legacy in Lviv.

The project proposes to illuminate the history of the city quarter, once inhabited by Jews, provide detailed descriptions of Jewish sacred and public buildings, and trace the development of residential construction, supplemented by information on the owners and residents of the houses. The project will contribute to the cause of illuminating and popularizing Jewish history, culture, tradition and art, both for the residents of Lviv, and for visitors to te city, as the Jewish legacy of Lviv is undoubtedly an important element of promoting the city.

The project was envisioned as an experiment for the historic part of the city, which is included in the UNESCO cultural heritage list.

The project is undertaken with participation of third-year students of the Institute of Architecture at the Lviv National Polytechnical University: Daryna Makovetska, Olia Shkred, Olia Halevych, Yulia Tereschuk, Tania Antonenko, Olena Klos, Yaryna Zyskan, Mariana Kuzenko, Nadia Dema, Khrystyna Verenytsia, Olena Cherepaka.

The project is implemented by Oksana Boyko, a leading specialist from the Ukrzakhidproektrestavratsiya Institute and Khrystyna Boyko, Ph. D. in Architecture, assistant professor at the Lviv Polytechnical University.

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