"Cultural property of gold work at museum treasury" is a small but very nice exhibition that allows you to explore the historical values of Lviv. It includes the ceremonial keys of the city, sacral jewels, precious dishes and jewellery from the collection of the Lviv Historical Museum. All of them are well presented in the interior of the Renaissance palace bearing the name of Robert Bandinelli.
He got the house as a bride dowry from another Italian in the 17th century. It was here that in 1629 the first Lviv post began to work. Visitors should also see other exhibits of the museum and definitely visit the courtyard of the building, the architectural solution of which gives an understanding of the Renaissance importance for Lviv.
Author Ihor Lylo
Translated by A. Kushch