Lviv is joining the seven largest megacities of Ukraine. It is located in the western part of the country and is the unpublished capital of Western Ukraine. On the map, from the satellite, you can see where Lviv is located, into which areas it is divided; natural as well as administrative facilities. A very beautiful metropolis, Lviv, was founded in the 13th century.
From the stage of its foundation, it began to develop rapidly under the leadership of the Galician ruler Daniil Romanovich. Every century, other rulers were in power in the metropolis, immigrants from other countries settled here, and in the 15th century Jesuit monks settled here. They managed to subjugate the princely treasury, and also became the organizers of the construction of beautiful churches on the territory of the fortification. Regionally Lviv is divided into 6 districts.
The historical center is located in the Galician district. This zone itself was a fortified princely palace with princely chambers in the 13th-14th centuries. Peter I also took part in the arrangement of the city of Lvov. When his crew entered the metropolis, they were mired in mud on the market square, and the Russian ruler ordered to lay it out with wooden paving stones.