The fire service of the city of Lviv was organized on January 4, 1849, on the initiative of Mayor Karl Göpflingen-Bergendorf, and is one of the oldest organized fire brigade structures on the territory of present-day Ukraine. In the last quarter of the nineteenth century, to further improve the city’s […]Read More
Horse Stable in Lviv
As part of the horse-drawn transportation infrastucture in Lviv, stables were built alongside residential buildings around the city. Not many of these remain and the traces of these stables are hiding in quite corners and back alleys of Lviv. But I was fortunate to stumble across one such examples of […]
Sundial on Stable in Lviv
Hidden behind a tall fence at the end of a small street in Kastelivka stands a villa called “Julietka.” It was built for private use in 1891-1893 by Julian Zachariewicz and his son Alfred, two famous Lviv architects. Next to the villa is an old stable with a sundial.