Слайд 2: High Castle
High Castle is located in close proximity of the historic centre of Lviv.Formerly being surrounded by a fortification wall. The Castle Hill took its name from the High Castle (as opposite to the other, Low Castle), which used to be located on the hill from the 13th century to the late 19th century. The castle was a main defensive fort of the city during its existence.
Слайд 3: Olesko Castle
The castle is also surrounded by a dense swamp. The land that the castle sat on changed ownership many times. It was originally on the border of land of Volhynia and land of Lviv. The Olesko Castle, oval in shape, stands on top of a small hill, about fifty meters in height. A moat and a wall surrounds it, which serves as a defence for the castle
Слайд 4: Hall in Lviv
First town hall in Lviv appeared shortly after the city government rights. The building was made of wood and soon it burned down (1381). After the fire the construction of a stone town hall was started. The western part was built in the years 1491-1504. The dominant feature of the composition was the tallest tower.
Слайд 5: Hall
Слайд 6: Skole Beskids
The Skole Beskids (in Ukrainian, Сколівські Бескиди ) is a mountain range in western Ukraine, The northern section of the range is the location of the Skole Beskids National Park, established in 1999; within the park is the highest peak in the range, Mount Parashka, at 1268 meters. The Skole Beskids is also the site of the sandstone fortresses of Tustan ', built between the 9th century and 13th century, now a State Historical and Cultural Reserve. It's near the town of Boryslav.
Слайд 7: Skole Beskids
Слайд 8: Swallow's Nest
The Swallow's Nest (Ukrainian: Ластівчине гніздо, is a decorative castle located between Yalta and Alupka on the Crimean peninsula in southern Ukraine.