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... Poles until Stalin and the Russians took it over. Since about 1991, it's been independent. But during those tumultuous years, Lviv evolved into a cultural mecca that few of us in the US have ever heard of.
You would never know that this is a country at war. Or is it? I really wanted to see this city while reading up on it, but I knew Deanne would not buy it because of one word: Ukraine. But once she read up on it, it was too hard to resist. ...
... this part of the church to keep its own traditions included married clergy etc. At a higher level the Orthodox and the Greek Catholic don't get on but at village level it does.
15 August celebrates the Dormition or Assumption of the blessed Virgin Mary and is a major feast in both churches and as both churches observe the old calendar which is 13 days behind the present calendar all the villages we travelled through today (28 August) were very ...
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I arrive by plane on the runway of the new airport in Lviv built for the 2012 Football European Champions Cup. l architecture and structures are a little similar to the airport of Roissy en France.
The city is pleasant and most of the monuments are concentrated on the main square. a delightfully romantic...except the cemetery or rest of ...
... and the stadium was a fair way away so I sat down knowing it would be a long ride. After about 30mins on the tram everyone got off… but I stayed on because I knew we weren't anywhere near the stadium yet… then the tram turned around and went back the way it came. 5mins into the tram going back I hoped off so fed up with the stinky hot tram that was going nowhere, so decided to cut my loses and grab a taxi. The problem ...
... the taste of beer.
The city centre of Lviv itself is a good two days of exploring, well in the summer heat of 30 degrees. I find myself at a leisurely walking pace, happy to soak up the different atmospheres of Lviv. I encountered three. A quiet tourist feel on the Sunday. A local romantic feel on the Sunday night. A a busy city centre on the Monday. All three were great to be part of and observe.