The Armenian Cathedral (14-15th centuries) is a unique monument of Eastern culture in Europe. It is a successful architectural combination of various styles: the typical Armenian sanctuary, the Romanesque-Gothic style of Western Europe, and the traditional Ukrainian Halychyna type.
The Armenian community, one of the oldest in Lviv, had formed over the years a center for its national life in Lviv. Its unique architecture portrays the original spirit of this Eastern Christian culture.
The Palace of Armenian Archbishops is an architectural monument of the 17th-18th centuries.
For many centuries Armenians in Lviv have tried to recreate a part of their motherland in combination with European architectural tradition.