The traces of Russian emperors in Lviv
During it's long and complicated history Lviv belonged to different countries neighboring with the Ukraine. But, besides a few months during WW1, Lviv was never included into the borders of the Great Moscow principality or Russian empire. At the same time the city had intensive economic relations and played a significant role in the history of this neighboring state. During the tour, in addition to the most well-known Lviv objects You will see beautiful palaces, abbeys, churches associated with the remarkable history of Old Russia and it's key figures — tzars, emperors, ambassadors, politicians, generals, writers, artists, scientists. You will hear about the amazing interplay of political events and personal fortunes.
The tours are provided for individual groups.
The entrance to Central history archive in Lviv, 3 Soborna sq.