Lviv is a very scenic city with a varied vegetation. There are a lot of picturesque parks in the city. The Lychakiv Cemetery, which contains some famous monuments to noted Ukrainian and Polish residents of Lviv, and the Yaniv Cemetery with other 200 graves of fighters for Ukraine's independence, resemble parks. The oldest monument in Lviv consists of the foundation and walls of St. Nickolas's Church, built by Prince Lev Danylovych in the 13th century. The remnants of Vysoky Zamok date back to the 13th century. There is a great number of the medieval churches built in the Byzantine Romanesque style in Lviv.
Lviv is the only city in Ukraine that still has some original Renaissance architecture. The finest examples of the style are the Dormition Church and the Chapel of Three Saints and some other buildings. • The main monuments in the city are to A. Mickiewicz, I. Franko, V. Stefanyk, I. Fedorovych. • Lviv is the leading scientific and cultural center of western Ukraine. It has a number of research institutes with high reputation, higher educational establishments, theaters and libraries.
Zaporizhia or Zaporozhye is a city in south-central Ukraine, which rests on the banks of the Dnieper River. The most remarkable sight, the pride and adornment of the city is Khortytsia Island. The Dnieper River cruise ships make it one of their scheduled stops in order to visit Khortytsia Island. Zaporizhia is also a large cultural and scientificcentre of Ukraine. 23 scientific-research institutes work in the city and its region. There are 4 higher educational establishments, including the University, in the city. The city also has 3 theatres, 2 museums and a lot of palaces of culture. A TV centre works in the city.
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