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Lviv can actually compete with any European city. It can be called the capital of Galicia, a city in which a special atmosphere reigns. Temples, a special style of residential buildings and narrow streets with paving stones create a kind of medieval reflection. Many tourists love to come to this city again and again, because in one day or even a week you cannot visit all the sights of Lviv. The architecture of the city can be seen, and Baroque, and Renaissance, and the Empire, and many other styles.
Lviv Town Hall – one of the attractions of the city
Sights of Lviv can be divided into modern and ancient. But they are all interesting to tourists in their own way. After all, every building, every street or bridge can tell its own part of the history of the existence of Lviv. Lviv City Hall is one of the famous landmarks of the city. It is located in its center and is an administrative building. Continue reading
Brisbane is the main administrative unit and the largest city in Queensland. Not so long ago, it was considered an ordinary provincial town with a small central street and a couple of attractions, but it took a little time and multi-million investments made Brisbane a real megalopolis that is not inferior to the same New York or Sydney.
Lang Park – Brisbane’s Sports Attraction
Sport is an integral part of the life of any Brisbane, so children are taken to the games of their favorite team from an early age. Most of the games take place at Lang Park Stadium, which is Brisbane’s main sports arena. Locals call it the “temple of sport”, focusing on its popularity and versatility. Continue reading
The beautiful city of Parma is always waiting for tourists and guests to show them their best sights, enchant with stunning landscapes and narrow streets.
Abbey of John the Theologian – the most holy monument of Parma
The Abbey of John the Theologian – the largest architectural complex since the X century is the main shrine of the city and attracts thousands of believers from all over the world. The abbey includes ancient pharmacies, a church and a monastery, but the main wealth of the sights is the Church of St. John the Theologian. It boasts breathtaking frescoes depicting the ascension of St. John against the sky. They are made so volumetric and saturated that the impression of personal presence is created. Continue reading