The Palace of Counts Goluchowski

    Address:16 Lystopadovoho Chynu Street
  • The Palace of Counts Goluchowski is one of the first Neo-Roman structures in Lviv.

    The building was designed by architect K. Omann and erected in 1865. The palace was owned by Count Agenor Goluchowski – a pro-Polish politician of the Austrian Empire, the governor of Halychyna who repeatedly occupied this position in the second half of the 19th century, a bureaucrat and a conservative, and the author of the idea to introduce Latin alphabet for the Ukrainian language. Today the former Palace of Goluchowskis houses the Diagnostic Centre of Lviv Railway Hospital.

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