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Its aim was to “discuss measures against the common enemy - the Turks”. The Polish king Jagiello was there as well as the German Emperor Sigizmund, the great prince of Moscovia Vasily II, the Dutch king, the Prussian gross master and the Byzantine ambassador.
At the end of the 15th century, Lutsk was considered one of the best towns in the area, but, in the mid 16th century, the town started to decline.
In 1795, when Poland was divided for the third time, Volyn lands were included into the Russian Empire. The church is one of the most valuable monuments of the city. The cathedral was built in the 18th century as a Bernardine monastery church in the new part of the town (the center of the city today). It was erected in place of a palace of the 16th century. There are 5 rooms in traditional style with exclusive design, a restaurant (classic interior, European and Ukrainian cuisine).
During the War of 1812, the town hosted the staff of the Russian army commanded by the legendary general Bagration. The famous Ukrainian poet Lesya Ukrainka spent her childhood in this town. Built on the bank of the Styr River, this house-studio is decorated with lots of stone sculptures of different styles, giving the impression of full eclecticism. It is a residential building located near the pedestrian Lesya Ukrainka street, where the Russian Tsar Peter I stayed during his visit to the town in 1709. It is among the most important Catholic shrines in Volyn. The nearby bell tower remained from the 16th century. The church was probably founded by grandchildren of the Kiev Prince Vladimir the Great in the 13th century. Originally, the church had rococo architectural elements, however, after the end of the Bernardine Order and the transfer of the building to Orthodox church, it was completely rebuilt in the style of the late Baroque. In 1846, the monastery was closed, it was turned into a prison and, later, into a music school. The complex is located in a green area of Lutsk, in the central part of the city. The park area with pavilions, lawns and flower beds. The hotel is located in the center (reconstructed in 2003). Additional services: booking tickets, transfer, taxi call, tours. Phones: 38 0332 788 100, 38 0332 788 106 (room reservation). The hotel is located close to the banks of the Styr River, next to the park with greenery, the center and the “old” city.
The first record refers to 1085, when it was a fortified town which withstood a six-month siege.