Built in the 18th century, the Dominican Cathedral is a remarkable example of Baroque architecture and one of Lviv’s many magnificent churches. Today the cathedral is home to the Greek Catholic church of the Holy Eucharist, which hosts a popular Christmas carols festival called the “Great Kolyada.” Inside the Dominican Cathedral you’ll find ornate fretworks and the cathedral’s facade is beautifully illuminated at night. Photography is allowed for a small fee. The cathedral also houses Museum of Religion, which charges a small admission fee.
The Dominican Cathedral is short walk off Lviv’s Rynok Square at the end of Stavropihiys’ka Street. The Arsenal museum is just across the street from the cathedral and the Ivan Fedorov Monument and book fair are right behind it.
|The Dominican Cathedral (Домініканський собор)|
|Visiting Hours:||10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.|
|Admission Price:||free (small fee for photography)|
|Visitor Info:||DIY – Do it Yourself|
|Time to Visit:||Up to 1 hour|
|Address:||1 Muzeina Sq., Lviv, Ukraine, 79000|