Television tower



ID number:
08013
Title:
Television tower
City:
Subject:
High Castle, mountain, park, television tower
Creator:
Illya Pavlyk
Publisher:
Unpublished resources
Date:
1957-1960
Format:
15x10 cm
Copyright:
Oleksandr Korobov
Collection:
Category:
Technique:

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Vysoky Zamok municipal park sits north of the city center, astride Lviv Castle Hill. Both park and hill take their name from the ruined fortress on the territory. Opened in 1835, the park’s landscaped hillsides are crisscrossed by a network of trails through lower and upper terraces. In the second half of the 19th century, an artificial mound was erected on the upper terrace as a marker of the Union of Lublin, and topped by a scenic viewpoint. A walkway beneath stands of ash and chestnut trees beautify the lower terrace.