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Academic Building #5 of Lviv National Polytechnic University was constructed between 1966 and 1972 on a Modernist design by architects Muza Konsulova, V. Holdovskyi, and H. Rakhuba as a lecture and laboratory center for the University’s power engineering department. As of 2013 the structure is in use as a lecture, study, and laboratory center of Lviv Polytechnic.