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However, Lviv History Museum is most popular for its cozy yard and coffee shop.Delicious coffee, combined with some classical music performance – and you are sitting in probably one of the most romantic places in the city!Where to find: right in the middle of the Market Square (hard to miss! ’ is a typical phrase in conversations of Lviv university students.) When to visit: Tuesday – Friday from 10 am till 5 pm, Saturday – Sunday from 11 am till 7 pm. How much to pay: 5 UAH, which is 0.5 EURO Even though Lviv Rynok Square has a total of four fountains at each side – Diana, Neptune, Adonise and Amphitrite, local Lviv residents give their special love to Neptune. Whenever you come to the fountain, expect to see bunches and crowds of young people and elderly all ready for their afternoon rendezvouz.
The charming building to the right of Lviv Town Hall hosts the main branch of Lviv History Museum.The word Scouse seems to be a synonymous with the Liverpool accent and dialect.Liverpool’s wealth as a port city helped in the construction of two major cathedrals which dates from the 20th century namely the Anglican Cathedral, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott which played host to the annual Liverpool Shakespeare Festival and has one of the longest naves, the largest organs, the heaviest as well as the highest peals of bells in the world.As they wind up to the tiny round tube at the top of the tower, the counting is even more interesting!The first Town Hall in Lviv was built in 1381, however, it was rebuilt many times, and once was completely burnt down during the big fire in 17th century.
Liverpool – The Most Splendid Setting of English City Liverpool, a city in Merseyside, England lies on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. Liverpool is described as the most splendid setting of any English city, at 176 miles towards northwest of London and situated on the Liverpool Bay of the Irish Sea, it is built across a ridge of sandstone hills which rise to a height of about 230 feet above sea level at Everton Hill.