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Don't walk too fast as you can easily pass this church without noticing. The façade isn't that one of a church but rather that of a regular building. The interior is very different to the orthodox ones. Worth visiting.
The lviv city has a small armenian quarter and the church is an Armenian Apostolic Church. Do visit for its uniqueness and some amazing paintings. Unfortunately restoration work is going on so the entire interior is not open. But do visit
We popped as we were walking but this church. The church is was not what I was expecting but did have a lot of character but not as richly decorated as most other churches we visited. Unfortunately there is renovation with going on inside, so...More
Although there was some restoration work going on we still enjoyed our visit. The cathedral is nearly 600 years old and is in, what is still, the Armenian area of the city within the Old Town. Unfortunately because of the work going on we could...More
This church looks unassuming from the outside (be careful you don’t miss it). Unfortunately the inside was mostly covered up by scaffolding so could barely see any of the paintings. Unsure how long that will be up for. A shame as I’m sure it is...More
The church is the part of the historical old city center. It dates back to 14th century. It has rich history and many buildings, including the church by itself, bell-tower, yard, the archbishop palace and monastery. It just to belong to the Armenian catholic church,...More
I was mesmerized by this church. It is very different to all Armenian Churches. Unique paintings and very interesting stories behind. Beautiful service and very friendly priests who were happy to tell the stories behind the paintings and the history of the oldest church in...More