View of Pidvalna street



ID number:
02039
Title:
View of Pidvalna street
City:
Subject:
Pidvalna street, Royal arsenal, Dominican church
Creator:
Unknown
Publisher:
Unpublished resources
Date:
1930-1939
Format:
10x15 сm
Copyright:
Juriy Zaverbnyj
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Category:
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The former Dominican Roman Catholic Church is the biggest Baroque church in Lviv. This massive monument of the Christian architecture has become the main component of the architectural complex dating to the fifteenth-nineteenth centuries including also the buildings of the monastery cells and the bell tower. The church was built from stone and brick over the course of 1749-1764 (the architects J. de Vitte, M. Urbanik and K. Muradowicz) on the site of a Gothic church of the fifteenth century, on the plot of land bordering the medieval Lviv on the west. In 1792-1798 the church was reconstructed (by the architect K. Fesinger). In 1905-1914 the interior restoration was completed. A square and a garden have been set up in front of the church. Under Socialism, the building housed the Museum of Atheism, later Museum of the History of Religion.