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Lviv Streets

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The theme aims to collect, systematize and publish information about Lviv streets, including the history of their emergence and further constructions, about the people who used to live there, and the events that took place on them.

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Vul. Doroshenka

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Prosp. Svobody

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Vul. Staroievreiska, 26 – former Pokorovychivska townhouse

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Vul. Staroyevreiska, 10 – former "Harayevychivska" house

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Vul. Fedorova, 12 – residential building

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Vul. Fedorova, 02 – residential building

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Vul. Fedorova, 27 – residential building

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Vul. Fedorova, 28 – ruins of a residential building

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Vul. Fedorova, 08 – residential building

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Vul. Doroshenka, 11 – residential building

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Vul. Doroshenka, 15 – residential building

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Vul. Doroshenka, 07 – residential building

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Vul. Doroshenka, 09 – residential building

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Vul. Leontovycha, 02 – specialised law school

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Pl. Muzeina, 3 – church of the Blessed Eucharist (former Dominican convent church)

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Vul. Lychakivska, 003 – residential building

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Vul. Franka, 056 – Church of Immaculate Conception

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Vul. Franka, 114 – residential building (former villa)

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Vul. Franka, 121 – St. Sophia Church

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Vul. Kopernyka, 30 – residential building

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Vul. Kopernyka, 32 – residential building

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Vul. Doroshenka, 43 – office building

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Prosp. Svobody, 05 – "Plasma" trade arcade

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Prosp. Svobody, 06-08 – residential building

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Prosp. Svobody, 10 – bank building (former residential)

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Vul. Beryndy, 3 – residential building

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Prosp. Svobody, 12 - hotel "Wien"

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Vul. Halytska, 20 – residential building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 06 – residential building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 13 – former City Casino building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 11 – residential building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 25 – residential building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 10 – residential building

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Prosp. Shevchenka, 8 – Kyiv cinema building

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Vul. Kyivska, 24-28 – residential buildings

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Prosp. Shevchenka – monument to Mykhaylo Hrushevskyi

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Vul. Shpytalna – former Learning Torah Association's synagogue

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Vul. Levytskoho, 23 – residential building

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Vul. Pekarska, 09 – a college building

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Vul. Pekarska, 19 – boarding school for children with special needs (former Siemieński-Lewicki palace)

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Vul. Pekarska, 69 – Lviv Danylo Halytskyi Medical University building

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Vul. Pekarska, 57 – former Resurrectionist Congregation monastery with a seminarium building

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Vul. Pekarska, 50a – Lviv National Veterinary University building (former palace)

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Vul. Vicheva, 2 – former benedictine convent

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Vul. Vynnychenka, 24 – research institutions building (former residential)

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Vul. Lysenka, 02 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 03 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 04 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 06 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 07 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 08 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 09 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 10 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 12 – military building (former Franz Joseph I military barracks)

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Vul. Lysenka, 14-14a – department of Lviv Vasyl Stefanyk National Library

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Vul. Lysenka, 15 – military building (former Dzieduszycki's palace)

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Vul. Lysenka, 17 – residential building

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Vul. Lysenka, 31 – Lviv Region Children Clinic (former sanatorium)

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Vul. Lysenka, 43 – St. Ioann Zolotoustyi church (former Franciscan order church)

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Vul. Lysenka, 45 – St. Kosma and Damian Chapel

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Vul. Lychakivska, 049 – music school (former parochial building)

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The purpose of the theme is to collect, systematize and publish information about the streets of Lviv - the history of their emergence and further construction, the most interesting objects, monuments or regular stone buildings located on them, people who used to live there and events that took place on their cobble stones or asphalt tops...

There are over 1300 streets in Lviv, tens of thousands of buildings and about 750 thousand inhabitants. It is obviously not possible to present all of this simultaneously. The interactive map of Lviv will gradually be filled with conventional signs containing references to texts about the streets and stone buildings of Lviv as well as their images. The collection of information will take place through the use of books, directories, the mass media and archive materials, personal research, old and modern iconographic and cartographic materials, memoirs of former inhabitants and conversations with our contemporaries.

Special attention will be paid to not only well-known streets and objects of the central part of the city, but to its outskirts as well, information about which is still not sufficiently available to the broader public.

All who desire to take part in the theme are welcome to participate via sending and bringing all related materials, their own observations and proposals related to filling the interactive map of Lviv.

The theme was be carried out by the editor of the "Halytska Brama" magazine, Ihor Melnyk, and employees of the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe.