У Відні є вулиця Kolschitzky-Gasse, названа на честь нашого знаменитого земляка, а на ній є пам'ятник йому. За що ж віденці віддали таку шану чоловікові, який народився у селі Кульчиці Самбірського повіту на Бойківщині?
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Barvinsky, Oleksander [Barvins'kyj], b 8 June 1847 in Shliakhtyntsi, Ternopil county, Galicia, d 25 December 1926 in Lviv. Noted pedagogue, historian, and civic and political leader. He began to work in civic organizations, especially in the Lviv Hromada (see Hromadas), as a young man. He became a secondary school teacher at the gymnasium in Berezhany in 1868 and later in Ternopil. From 1888 he taught at the Lviv teachers' seminary. From 1891 to 1907 he served as a deputy to the parliament in Vienna and to the Galician diet (1894–1904) (see Diet, provincial).
Stanislav Lyudkevytch was a famous Ukrainian composer, pedagogue, music expert, public figure and people artist. He was born on the 24th of December 1879 in the town of Yaroslav (now lies on the territory of Poland) in the family of a teacher. After finishing the gymnasium, he entered the philological department of the Lviv university and studied there from 1898 till 1901. Being greatly interested in music, he studied himself the history of composition and the history of music. He turned out to be a gifted musician, having an excellent ear for music.
The name of this real literary genius is most tightly connected with Lviv. The Lviv State University, one of the oldest universities in Europe, proudly bears the name of Ivan Franko. Streets, squares, theatres, cinema-halls, schools and even towns and villages are named after him either.