- From Ukrainian Львів (L’viv) < Old East Slavic Лвовъ (Lvovъ) or Львовъ (L’vovъ), originally named after the founder's son, Лев (Lev), Lev I of Galicia (ca. 1228 – ca. 1301). (Wiktionary)
“The Interfax news agency reported that in Lviv, Yushchenko's stronghold in western Ukraine, about 20 police guarding a regional Interior Ministry building wore orange armbands.”
“In fact, Yanukovych received less than 10% of the vote in Lviv.”
“Lviv, December 1 (Interfax-Ukraine) - Ukrainian Premier Yulia Tymoshenko has launched the first city rail bus in Lviv, which is intended to ease traffic congestion in the city's downtown.”
“Pavlo Solodko, “The Bin Ladin Business” in Ukrainian, Lviv Halytski Kontrakty, no. 45, pp.”
“If you go to any of the cities of this region, such as Lviv, Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, the Austro-Hungarian past is almost held up as a historical high point.”
“He - which is about 60 or 70 miles, I think, I may be wrong, from what was then Lemberg, it is now Lviv.”
“Yuriy Dyachyshyn/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Homeless people ate in a tent shelter in the Ukrainian city of Lviv Wednesday.”
“Gleb Garanich/Reuters POLICE BARRICADE: Police blocked off a World War II memorial to prevent clashes between members of Ukrainian nationalist organizations and pro-Victory Day supporters in Lviv, Ukraine, Monday.”
“The incident took place in the city of Lviv, one of the main cultural centers of Ukraine.”
“Marian Striltsiv/Reuters BLUE SKY: Children chatted Thursday underneath a Ukrainian flag unfurled in the center of Lviv, a western Ukrainian town.”
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