The literary map is another opportunity to meet famous people who wrote their works and promoted literature in Lviv. The map opens up new and brings back forgotten names of writers and publishers who lived in or were somehow associated with our city. The map brings together places where one can borrow, buy, read or write a book. It features the most significant locations of the literary life in Lviv, monuments to authors and literary characters, thematic museums, bookstores, libraries and coffee shops.

NB! This map only projects part of literary Lviv. That's only the start of rich story, that should be described in at least couple of books.

Narodna Lichnytsya (People’s Hospital) (now the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Hospital)

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Yevhena Ozarkevycha st., 4, Lviv

This place on the map is associated with the The First Wreath for several reasons. Let’s start with the fact that Eugene Ozarkevich (1861–1916), whom this street was named after, was the brother of the most famous Ukrainian feminist Nataliya Kobrynska (1855(1851)–1920). It was Nataliya Kobrynska who, with her inspiration and hard work, made a significant contribution to the education of women while, in the second half of the nineteenth century, women in Austria-Hungary did not have the right to study in high schools and universities.