24.10.12

Нові моменти з минулого Львова

Нова серія фотографій. Інформація до фотографій буде, але трохи згодом. А поки, якщо ви знаєте щось цікаве та маловідоме про ці місця - пишіть в коментарях - самі цікаві речі можуть стати підписом до фото з ссилкою на вас ;)

Перша частина проекту тут: http://www.nickolaykravtsov.com/2011/05/blog-post.html

Пл. Ринок

Пл. Ринок

Пл. Ринок. Вхід до ратуші

Пл. Ринок

Аеропорт Львів. Старий термінал, 1960 р.

Аеропорт Львів. Старий термінал, 1960 р.

Вул. Городоцька

Вул. Шевська

Пл. Івана Підкови

Пл. Ринок

Проспект Свободи

Проспект Шевченка

Проспект Шевченка

Проспект Шевченка

Вул. Я.Стецька

Пл. Соборна

Пл. Митна

Вул. С.Бандери. Львівська політехніка

Вул. С.Бандери

Вул. Городоцька, вул. Чернівецька, хоча може бути, що ця арка насправді стояла при вході в стрийський парк :)

Головний залізничний вокзал

Вул. Коперніка

13 коментарів:

  1. Yeah, bullshit. Don't show pictures from German occupation that lasted about 4 years, show Polish Lwów, city that was blossoming before the war, and was a third largest Poland's town then.

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    1. I do show photos from all periods of history, look at photos from first part. And, btw, Lviv was also Austrian city from 1772 till 1923, and great part of city architecture was developed at that time.

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  2. Good work Nickolay, but BTW could You show some demographic data from Austrian period? How many citizens speaks German? My grand-grandfather was congressman to galician parliment in Lviv, speaks polish... we in Poland have Breslau, its nothing to shame for us that it was German city before. So i don't understand why you can notice Austrian period, but cant see polish (little longer)... Greets brother.

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    1. Thanks! I didn't collect any demographic data, I focused mainly on architecture and just some short facts of interest.
      What do you mean, saying I can't see polish period? If you mean times before 1772 year - than it just have nothing to do with my project, because photography wasn't invented at that times, so there is no material for me to work with :)

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    2. wiki - one of many polish periods - Lviv after the rebirth of the Polish state in 1918, again in its borders as the capital of the region of Lviv of the Second Republic and one of the five major Polish cities, next to Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan and Vilnius. 1939-1945 - German and Soviet occupation of Lvov, complete expulsion of Poles from the city and incorporated into the Ukrainian SSR.:)

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    3. Yes, I know that very well. The question was about polish period, that is longer then austrian - and it's obviously not the one in 20th century.

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  3. Two wonderful things:
    First. The idea and implementation, photos and reality.
    Second. Lwów, that survived World War II.
    regards from Warsaw

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  4. Olá Nickolay

    Parabéns, simplesmente arrebatador e fantástico.

    Joaquim Malvar

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  5. The Arc de Triomphe was for sure located on the Horodotska. The prove is tall white building on the left in the photo, which is the Chernivtsi station. The building does not exist today, but it was located nearly on the same place where the suburban railway station is located now.

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  6. Beautiful, thanks for sharing these cool images. Keep rocking with you efforts. Don't forget to check my website for unusual Gifts for men. Thanks

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