St. George’s Cathedral is now in charge of the Ukrainian Eastern Catholic Church. This Baroque Gallococo style, built in the church of St. George’s Hill, was completed in 1761. Travelers can pay attention to the statues of St. Leo and St. Athanas above the main entrance, as well as the display style of the temple that blends Catholic and Orthodox. A statue of the Virgin is displayed on the left side of the church. It is said that the Turks in 1663 and the Swedes shed tears in 1704. There is a mass event on the ancient popular weekend. It is not far from the Elizabeth Church and it is worth a visit. The old city is a ten-minute walk past the University of Lviv.
It has undergone many restorations and reconstructions over the centuries. Hundreds of years of erosion have made the church somewhat dilapidated.
The building of this church is magnificent and magnificent. It may have been renovated and rebuilt in modern times. It is worth seeing. Slightly far away from the old city, the exterior is beautiful, especially under the night lights, but the inside is really average.
The standard Gothic Revival architecture, once you enter, the church feels solemn and sacred. This is indeed one of the great masterpieces in the history of architecture.
The cathedral is located on St. George’s Hill and is a Baroque-Rococo style church. The earliest wooden church was built around 1280 and is the most important center of Catholic activity in Ukraine!