T.H. Shevchenko avenue



ID number:
08195
Title:
T.H. Shevchenko avenue
City:
Subject:
Street, buildings, architecture, architectural details, phone booth, people
Creator:
Leonid Zapadenko
Publisher:
Unpublished resources
Date:
1965-1970
Format:
11x17 cm
Copyright:
Leonid Zapadenko
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This four-storied residential townhouse was constructed in 1909 under a project designed by architect Zbigniew Brochwicz Lewiński for Emil Weksler, an entrepreneur, in the modernized Gothic style. In 1909-1944 the ground floor premises of the house were occupied by the Szkocka (Scottish) coffeehouse where prominent Lviv mathematicians used to gather.

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