On September 15, 1933, the Polish engineer Wladyslaw Trylinski was issued a patent No18232 for hexagonal concrete pavers (paving stones) used for paving roads and sidewalks.
15 września 1933 roku polski inżynier Władysław Tryliński uzyskał patent № 18232 na brukowanie jezdni drogowych i chodników z płyt betonowych w kształcie sześciokąta foremnego.
Daily tours at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00.
In addition to unique sights, Lutsk has a system of dungeons. These unusual three-story dungeons were used for sacred objects, refectory, prison, tombs. The underground complex under the Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral headed the top five of the most mysterious dungeons of Ukraine according to the ILoveUkraine project site.
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We invite you to visit the main tourist site of Lutsk – a medieval castle of the XIV century. It won first place in the category “castles” of the All-Ukrainian competition “Seven Wonders of Ukraine: castles, palaces, fortresses”.
Chartoryski Tower is the only one of the 8 towers of the Lower Castle that has survived to this day. When you will move closer, you can see the powerful walls and the Gothic brickwork.
Lutheran church (now Baptist) in Lutsk an architectural monument, located on Karaimska Street, 1 in the State Historical and Cultural Reserve “Old Lutsk”.
House of the Kosach family is well known for being a home for genius poetess Lesya Ukrainka. Nowadays, there is administration
of Historical and Cultural Reserve “Old Town” and a room-museum “Lesya’s Living Room”.
In addition to Lutsk Castle, there is another interesting building on the banks of the river Styr. It has already been called the Second Castle or local house with chimeras. This masterpiece is owned by Mykola Holovan, who has been creating it for almost 40 years.
The main synagogue of Lutsk is a monument of cult Jewish architecture of the 17th century. Its feature is a defensive tower annexed to the prayer hall, and the traditional feature of the construction time is a series of niches (loopholes) in the arch completion of the entire structure.