Despite the difficult history of the city, it's occupation by different countries and governments, multinationality and a variety of cultures. People living in Lviv will always be proud and keep their traditions and customs,carying them through the centuries to the next generations.
The Greek Catholic Church and Basilian Monastery of Saint Onuphrius (36 Bohdana Khmelnytskoho Street), a monument of the 16-19th centuries, holds a significant place in Ukrainian history and culture.
The Greek Catholic Archbishop's Cathedral of Saint George - magnificent Rococo architectural ensemble dating back to the 18th century (comprising a church, bell tower, metropolitan's palace and capitulary buildings) located on the high hill over Lviv, beautifully blending into the urban landscape.
The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas (28a Bohdana Khmelnytskoho Street) is Lviv's oldest building representing an example of Ukrainian architecture of the 13th century.
The 17th century Orthodox Church of Saint Paraskeva Pyatnytsya is an architectural monument of ancient Lviv combining the styles of Ukrainian, Moldovan and Western European art.
The Holy Trinity Church in Sykhiv is the only wooden church in Lviv which has survived from the 17th century.
The ensemble of Ruska Street (16-20th centuries) includes residential houses and administrative buildings of ancient Lviv.
Church of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Ukrainian center of spiritual life throughout the medieval history of the city.