Lviv's Ghost Signs, Part II
I love to post about ghost signs and fortunately I've come across quite a few more of them in Lviv since I wrote my first post about them almost three years. Here's more from my collection. Some have already been painted over but others are still being liberated from the covering plaster.
|"Maka Grys i Owies" (Flour, Grits, and Oats)|
|Probably says "lakier(y)" (varnish)|
On one of the buildings that used to comprise Jan Lewinski's factory.
Sadly, this is one of the one's that has been painted over:
(the name of the square before 1939 - currenty Koliyivshchyna Sq.)
|probably "fasola" (beans)|
These two are located in entranceways:
A lovely ghost sign on a beautifully dilapidated house
Stripes designated stores run by Ukrainians or Jews
Ghost sign liberation (progress over the course of the last few years)