Lviv Ukraine editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Lviv Ukraine in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Lviv Ukraine editable vector map svg free

Lviv Ukraine editable vector map svg free

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Lviv, a historic city in western Ukraine, boasts a rich tapestry of principal streets, roads, and districts, each with its unique charm and significance. Here is an overview:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Svobody Avenue (Проспект Свободи):
    • A central avenue in Lviv, it serves as a major cultural and commercial hub. Notable landmarks include the Lviv Opera House and numerous shops, cafes, and historic buildings.
  2. Prospect Shevchenka (Проспект Шевченка):
    • Named after the famous Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko, this boulevard is lined with elegant buildings, parks, and important cultural institutions.
  3. Halytska Street (Галицька вулиця):
    • One of the oldest streets in the city, leading from Rynok Square. It is a pedestrian-friendly area filled with historic architecture and vibrant street life.
  4. Horodotska Street (Городоцька вулиця):
    • A major thoroughfare connecting the city center with the western suburbs. It is an important commercial street with many shops and businesses.
  5. Bandery Street (Вулиця Степана Бандери):
    • A significant street named after the controversial nationalist leader Stepan Bandera. It connects the city center with the northwestern parts of Lviv.
  6. Lychakivska Street (Личаківська вулиця):
    • Leading to the historic Lychakiv Cemetery, this street is one of the oldest in Lviv, featuring a mix of residential areas and cultural landmarks.

City Districts

  1. Halytskyi District (Галицький район):
    • The historic core of Lviv, encompassing the Old Town and many of the city’s most important architectural and cultural landmarks, including Rynok Square and the Lviv Opera House.
  2. Lychakivskyi District (Личаківський район):
    • Located to the east of the city center, it is known for its green spaces, historical buildings, and the famous Lychakiv Cemetery.
  3. Frankivskyi District (Франківський район):
    • A residential and commercial area southwest of the city center, named after the Ukrainian writer Ivan Franko. It includes parks, educational institutions, and shopping areas.
  4. Shevchenkivskyi District (Шевченківський район):
    • Situated to the north of the city center, this district is primarily residential but also includes industrial zones and cultural sites.
  5. Sykhivskyi District (Сихівський район):
    • A large residential area to the southeast, known for its modern apartment blocks and the Sykhiv residential district, one of the newest and largest in Lviv.
  6. Zaliznychnyi District (Залізничний район):
    • Located in the western part of Lviv, this district includes the main railway station and is a mix of industrial and residential areas.

Notable Squares

  1. Rynok Square (Площа Ринок):
    • The central square of Lviv, surrounded by historic buildings, museums, cafes, and the iconic Town Hall.
  2. Mykhaylo Hrushevskyi Square (Площа Михайла Грушевського):
    • A key square named after the prominent Ukrainian historian and politician, featuring several important buildings and monuments.
  3. Ivan Franko Square (Площа Івана Франка):
    • A green space and focal point in the Frankivskyi District, named after the famous writer and political activist Ivan Franko.

These streets, roads, and districts form the vibrant mosaic of Lviv, each contributing to the city’s rich cultural and historical tapestry.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.