Shklo (Ukrainian: Шкло, Polish: Szkło) is an urban-type settlement in Yavoriv Raion, Lviv Oblast, in southwest Ukraine. Population: 6,072 (2020 est.).
Shklo is situated in the 42 kilometres (26 mi) from the regional center Lviv, 18 kilometres (11 mi) from the district center Yavoriv, and 34 kilometres (21 mi) from Krakovets.
In the village located sanatorium “Shklo” He is rich in the unique combination of natural medicinal factors. There are drinkable sources of slightly mineralised water “Naftusia-Shklo”, hydrogen-sulphidous springs of high and middle mineralization and peaty-mineral medicinal muds.
The village has two sights of architecture Yavoriv district:
Church of St. Paraskeva (wooden) 1732 (1454 /1).
The bell tower of the church of St. Paraskeva (wooden) 1732 (1454 /2).And the village has one sight of architecture local importance:
The Parish School of the 18th century. (556–м).All these have disappeared.
The church and bell tower have burned down around 2007. They have been rebuilt in concrete.
The Parish school has been destroyed and a house has been built in its place.
I took pictures of all the above.
The only that remains is the presbytery in poor shape... It looks like abandoned since the priest was either deported, hanged or shot.
Hordynsky Yaroslav Antonovich (1882-1939) –- Ukrainian literary critic, literary historian, translator, teacher. Full member of the Shevchenko Scientific Society.