Vitalii KOZOVYY.


The article deals with the facts that will stimulate sentimental tourism development within Lviv territory and also what kinds of objects are potentially attractive for such tourism, including: architectural and sacred objects, monuments. It goes with polish historical and culture heritage. The investigation gives a better understanding about importance of historical complexes and their restoration. Furthermore, it’s been given interact between ukrainians and polishes in tourism .It exposes history facts and dates in order to prove the meaning of the particular article. For instance, nine objects that represent touristic and historic importance within centre of the city had been analyzed. Historic facts are the foundation of the particular investigation. During the investigation, nine objects has been photographed and represented in table. The chosen objects are: The Latin Cathedral; The Boim Chapel; Lviv Town Hall; The Dominican Church; The Church of Jesus Transfiguration; The Arsenal Museum; The Dormition Church; The Saints Peter and Paul Garrison Church; The Armenian Cathedral. They located within The Market Square. It was important to set up the meaning of phrase “Lviv is a cultural capital of Ukraine”. In such case, our government should be interested to keep the city in decent conditions and to extend touristic possibilities. The key priority of sentimental tourism is searching esthetic and emotional elements and identity with place of visiting. Tourists from Poland are always warm-welcome guests in Lviv. Given materials of different touristic objects, prove rich kind of Polish culture (also other nations) and a work that had been done in the past. That’s a variation of it and how we can use this heritage nowadays. About L’viv written many: the scientific and historical, art, mythical, but the author could not express his vision in this study. The city has great potential for tourism due to sentimental rich cultural heritage. Polish tourists often come from the tour based, ethnographic, sentimental tourism. Important elements of sentimental tourism is the search for emotional and aesthetic component search of their own identity. L’viv for Poles are particularly close and one of the most beautiful European cities, which is a World Heritage Cultural Site.

Key words: L’viv, sentimental tourism, Poland, Ukrainian diaspora, memorials, sacred objects.


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