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|Largest meeting room (capacity)||80|
|Airport - 6.9 km|
|Main Railway Station - 3 km|
|Bus Station Lviv - 7.1 km|
|City Center - 0.9 km|
This Neo-Renaissance architectural treasure once belonged to the powerful Potocki family, one of Central Europe’s most influential ones. Potocki Palace features three impressive halls adorned with marble fireplaces, moldings and ornate mirrors. The biggest one is Mirror Hall (capacity 80 people). The imposing 19th century building is commonly known as a wedding palace since it once served as a civil registry office and it’s still a popular venue for weddings and special events.
During last years many political, cultural and diplomatic events were held here: the meeting of Presidents of Ukraine, Poland, Latvia, Austria and Slovakia. Also here were held presentations of UEFA projects (with participation of Michel Platini), UNESCO, ICOM, ICOMOS, International Olympic Committee. Today Potocki Palace is a branch of the Lviv Art Gallery with exhibits of European paintings from the 14th–18th centuries.
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