Bus Station Striyskyi

Location: Lviv, Ukraine

Constructed: 1976-1980

Architects: V. Sagaidakovskyi and M. Stolyrov

Genre: Modernist, Soviet architecture, former USSR

Located in the southern outskirts of the city, the bus station was designed to handled departures for up to 800 passengers per hour. An example of Soviet modernist architecture, the structure is trefoil/shamrock in design and comprises three functional zones. It is the largest bus terminal in western Ukraine.

Bus Station Striyskyi in Lviv, Ukraine | Modernist | Soviet architecture | former USSR

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