Vinnytsia wallsVinnytsia, Ukraine
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The Vinnytsia Walls are the remains of a defensive temple complex located in the city center. It is unfortunate that the complex is currently in a state of decline and abandonment. However, it still holds historical significance and is worth visiting. It would be fascinating to witness the complex being restored to its former glory. The Vinnytsia Walls are a complex of defensive and monastic buildings dating back to the 17th century. The complex included the Jesuit monastery, Jesuit church, college, dormitory, Dominican monastery, and Dominican church. These structures were surrounded by sturdy fortress walls with buttresses, loopholes, and battle towers. Originally built by Jesuit monks, the walls served as the main defense for the city. Later, the Dominican monastery and church were added nearby. Currently, there is not much to see as the walls are fenced off with an iron fence, and there is a parking lot on one side. However, with a desire, one can still approach the wall and get a closer look. Despite the current state of decline, the Vinnytsia Walls hold great historical value. It is also a popular spot for cyclists to test their brakes and for pedestrians to challenge their leg muscles on the nearby Kropyvnytskyi Street. The cathedral and church in close proximity offer passages to the dungeon, adding to the intrigue of the location. Occasionally, historians of Vinnytsia region organize excursions to the area, providing interesting and informative insights. While the walls may appear spoiled and neglected, there are ongoing restoration efforts taking place. This makes it an interesting place to witness the reconstruction of medieval fortifications in Vinnytsia. It is hoped that in the future, the parking lot will be removed from under the walls and a beautiful street will be built, while the walls themselves are restored. This would make the Vinnytsia Walls an attractive tourist destination in the city, as currently, the walls alone are the main point of interest. It would also be fascinating to explore the middle of the walls, as historical records suggest a monastery once stood there.
|Address:||Mury Street, 12, Vinnytsia|
|Phone:||+380 68 453 1456|
14.02.22The remains of the walls of the defensive temple complex located in the city center. It is a pity that the complex is destroyed and abandoned. But ove.. Read more »
03.01.22A historical monument that, unfortunately, is declining. It is surrounded by a fence, but, if desired, you can approach the wall and closer
24.12.21Vinnytsia Walls is a complex of defensive and monastic buildings of the 17th century in Vinnytsia. It consisted of buildings and walls of the Jesuit m.. Read more »
18.10.21There is almost nothing to look at. The wall is fenced with an iron fence, on one side there is a parking lot for cars.
09.10.21A truly historic place. And for cyclists a place to check two-wheel brakes. Checking leg muscles and endurance on the next street - Kropyvnytskyi)) Ne.. Read more »
21.08.21Spoiled walls, new roof. Everything is fenced. (
02.08.21Now on restoration, so not yet very "Instagram" place)
28.06.21The only place in Vinnytsia where the fortifications of the Middle Ages have been partially preserved. Now they are under reconstruction.
28.04.21Okay. I hope someday the parking lot will be removed from under the walls and a beautiful street will be built, and the walls themselves will be resto.. Read more »
20.03.21Not much interest, as the monument is destroyed by itself, new houses are being built nearby. As the taxi driver said "there's nothing to watch"
27.01.21It is a pity that it has not been completely preserved and I feel that it will not be long for them to be the property of society, unfortunately
29.10.20Vinnytsia walls on the outside, and a museum of local lore inside
05.09.20It is not clear where those walls are. Everything is behind the fence, nothing is visible at all
31.03.19Not that much ... ??