Latin Cathedral is a common name of the Archcathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Lviv. This is one of the oldest and most popular historic buildings of western Ukraine. The construction of the church began in the fourteenth century during the reign of King Casimir III of Poland. The construction lasted a relatively short time, only 35 years, which in the case of Gothic churches was extremely fast (it is important to mention that many Gothic churches have not been finished until the present day). Unfortunately, not much has been preserved from its original character, admittedly, the shape of the church has remained unchanged, but in the eighteenth century a thorough renovation of the cathedral was completed, giving it all the characteristics of the late Baroque style.