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About a 15-20 minute walk from the city centre or a tram ride the cemetery is well worth a visit. There is a small enterance fee and you can buy a zone map also. We spent 2-3hrs wandering around, some very beautiful tombs and sculptures...More
A very interesting place with graves of the different nationalities who lived in Lviv: Austria, Poland, Ukrainian, .... But also in the military section, the victims of the current conflict in Donbass and some members of the nazi section galicia, with this "glorious" membership mentionned...More
When you read the names on the graves in this cemetary you quickly realise that this city was one of Austrians, Germans and poles up to the end of WWII. Hitler and Stalin through genocide and mass forced migrations have made it one of ethnic...More
Lychakiv Cemetery is a State History and Culture Museum-Preserve. The cemetery is so large, you will need 4-6 hours to explore. A beautiful veterans section. The monuments and tombstones are astonishing- beautiful sculptures.
Our family never thought visiting a cemetery would be a highlight. We were wrong. The cemetery is simply amazing. We did hire a private tour guide and it was well worth it. I would highly recommend a visit.