The dungeon of the former Church of Peter and Paul of the Jesuits' Order
Fans of antiquity are invited to plunge into the mysterious world of the three most interesting Lviv dungeons.You can see the dungeon of the former Church of Peter and Paul of the Jesuits' Order; step through the Baroque wrought-iron doors, see the remains of the Prince's walls (XIV century), frescoes (1741-1742) and a carved alabaster sarcophagus (XVIII century).But only the most attentive tourists will be able to see the Ghost of the Black Monk.
Dungeons of the Church of the Transfiguration
We will also visit the dungeons of the Church of the Transfiguration.Here, you will find the largest underground halls of the currently available dungeons in Lviv.On the site of the present Church of Transfiguration of the Lord once stood the Church of the Order of Trinitarians. The Church engaged in the redemption of Christians from captivity in Islamic countries.During this time there were burials, which, however, have not survived.Nonetheless, you can see part of the wall, on which, according to legend, wild beasts left traces of their claws.
The dungeon of theDominican Monastery
Finally, we will visit the dungeon of theDominican Monastery.Scientists suggest that once it was the first tier of the Prince's Palace of Lev Danylovych.Here, we will see the cell of the ascetic monk and the torture chamber and listen to the mystical stories of people associated with this dungeon.