Pidhirtsi Castle, Pidhirtsi

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  • 14/21 the July 2017 in Ukrainian city of lviv, July 2 day trip 14/15 had the opportunity to roam this at castles tutuda did this castle in the courtyard of the large garden wound big castle old could not visit the inside of the restoration started more boardroom brides came around to take a picture of a good repair environment pattern green runs out of place
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  • Pidhirtsi is the best, imo, castle on the Golden Horseshoe circuit and perhaps one of the best castles I visited during my time in Ukraine. Yet it is the worst maintained and restored. The architectur...  more »
  • Sad really, hurt somewhere, even such beauty, such a magnificent heritage and State POH ... (The rapid destruction and landslides-speed ... You can only watch from a distance, the entrance fee for what?! 150 UAH! I understand very need to restore them, but I will not pay, well, not for that very same ... The castle is the most beautiful I've seen from the last trip. Majestically, the aristocratic, elegant ... imagine what impression he made in the past, the "good" times.
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  • Was unbelievably beautiful palace. But now it is in terrible state. Requires a lot of funding and work to be renovated.
  • Really unbelievable: a true wonder in the middle of nowhere. The prison underground is currently open for a separate visit, good for children but it can deserve a stop also for the adults. Enjoy!
  • Monument of Polish History Podhorce - Zamek (now Pidhirtsi castle) - inhabited by the prince Roman Sanguszko until the invasion of Poland by Russia on September 17, 1939. Now in horrible state. Pidhirtsi Castle is a residential castle-fortress located in the village of Pidhirtsi (Polish: Podhorce). It was constructed by Guillaume Le Vasseur de Beauplan between 1635–1640 by order of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth's Grand Crown Hetman Stanisław Koniecpolski, on the place of the older fortress. The castle was then part of the Kingdom of Poland and it is regarded as the most valuable of palace-garden complexes. Later owners: Konstanty Sobieski Waclaw Rzewuski Leon Rzewuski Eustachy Sanguszko Roman Sanguszko
  • Amazing castle for photography
  • Possibly the most interesting, and most important European (heavily influenced) style country manor /castle in the region. The castle has fallen into a shocking state of disrepair, for which they charge you, albeit 10uah for the privilege of seeing, and the only place you can see inside is the small crypt. The hilltop views make up for everything else. And whose retarded idea was it to put up a large hideous communist war monument on the property? Why not just open a theme park there while you're at it? The grounds are large and majestic, but again, not kept. So you pay to crawl over a piece of decay that was once far more beautiful. Worth a visit, when combined with the chapel opposite. On a sunny day the views are beautiful. The local life is rustic and quaint.

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