By Igor Solovey

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Taras Shevchenko Avenue

The general perspective of Taras Shevchenko Avenue(formerly Akademichna Street), one of the central streets of Lviv. The buildings were renovated in 1997 and give a good impression of Lviv's former secession grandeur.
St. Elizabeth Church

The church of St Elizabeth was built in 1905 on the occasion of the Austrian Kaizer Franz Joseph's visit. It was named after the late Kaizer's wife, Elizabeth.
St. Mary Magdalena Church

The church of St Mary Magdalena was built at the end of the 17th century. It once was a monastery church but there is no church activity there now and it is used as an organ hall.

This is the top of the well in the yard of Bernardine Monastery..
The statue of St Bernard is on the top of the pergola.
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