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Church of the Jesuits

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Church of the Jesuits

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Teatralna vul. 11 11 Teatralna Street, Lviv 79008 Ukraine
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Lviv Underground Tour is a 2-hour walk with a local through the dungeons of Lviv. On our Lviv Underground Tour, you will see the most intriguing places in Lviv. Guests can see interesting catacombs under the churches, the Pharmacy Museum and the Opera House. Pharmacy Museum is the oldest operating pharmacy in our city (1735). One can find unique pharmaceutical equipment, original murals and alchemist's room here. You will know how they tortured people and why they could burn you alive.
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Suslik wrote a review Jan 2020
Lviv, Ukraine18 contributions5 helpful votes
Only God knows when reconstructions inside will be finished. This is the ''Ukrainian Army Church'' now, with hundreds of photos of killed in Donbass war soldiers displayed inside. In my opinion, this Church is not for visitors who want some relaxation, because you can't think of peace, or pray quietly, when seeing these photos.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jan wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom47 contributions23 helpful votes
They've been changing Jesuit Church interior into Ukrainian Army Church. Also it's been a lot of work of Restoration underway. So you're not going to see a very spectacular view inside the Church. Instead, you'll see a lot of photos of Ukrainian soldiers and officers who died in the Donbass War; exhibition of icons, made by people with Canser to buy; asking for money boxes to be able to continue with the Church restoration.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lesiu wrote a review Oct 2019
Toronto, Canada24 contributions16 helpful votes
Monumental historical catholic church located just of the corner of main square with beautiful exterior and touching interior oltars ,paintings and decorations. A lot of individuals,tourist groups and others coming here for quiet prayers and meditations.Holy mass is celebrated about 10 times a day in polish and ukrainian. This is one of the most memorable places to see in the city.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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shiraziwine wrote a review Oct 2019
Shiraz, Iran1,045 contributions233 helpful votes
The paintings and ornaments of the church was what i like, it was really nice, this church is not included in many itineraries but i think it , should be, located in the heart of the old town
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Stephen M wrote a review Sep 2019
Lviv, Ukraine12 contributions3 helpful votes
Lviv is famous for its many churches, most of which have been restored and are in beautiful condition. The Church of Jesuits is under going rennovation -- as it was five years ago when we last visited. The interior of the church has a lot of scaffolding, but it is still both a functioning church and a tourist destination. As of September 2019 on the left side of the church as you walk in, there is an exhibit dedicated to the war in the East with Russia. In addition to photos of the fallen and debries from the battlefield, there is a touching photo exhibit featuring portraits of the children of fallen soldiers with quotes about their fallen parents. This is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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