The ancient Obroshyne fascinates with the Rococo palace complex of the Roman Catholic Archbishop (1730) including a park and a small zoo.
The ingenious sculptor, Johann Pinzel, together with the architect, Bernard Meretin, created a Baroque church of All Saints (1758), in which you can admire the frescoes of Rolinsky. The church is one of the best examples of Baroque style in Galicia.
Bernard Meretin’s architectural prowess is also on display here, in the form of the Baroque church of St. Valentine (1626-1760).
From the former luxury of the famous Spa resort remains the palace (the beginning of the ХІХ century) and the old lime kiln.
The village is known for its wooden church of St. Michael (1718) with magnificent paintings, the church of St. Martin (1722) and tavern (XVIII).
We sincerely invites you to explore these magnificent fortified temples: the church of St. Stanislav (1400), the church of Holy Trinity (XVI), the church of the Nativity of the Virgin (XVI) which is surrounded by the remains of an ancient fortress on the Castle Hill, and the museum in memory of the victims of Stalin's repressions.
In the largest and most interesting German colony, "Dornfeld", you will be surprised by the rational planning of the village. Also, you can visit the former German people's house, school, the rebuilt church, mill, and plebania.
The former German colony, “Reichenbach”, attracts by the monument of Ukrainian-German friendship. Also, you will see the remains of the German cemetery and the wonderful church of St. Paraskeva (1894), built in the Hutsul style and a pearl of the regional exhibition in Lviv.