Alfred Zachariewicz

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Alfred Zachariewicz (26 August 1871 – 11 July 1937), was a Polish architect. He was born in Lviv, Austria-Hungary on 26 August 1871, the son of Juljan Oktawjan Zacharjewicz. He worked in Galicia, the region in Eastern Europe, mainly in Lviv. He designed public and industrial buildings (edifices of Izba Handlowo-Przemysłowa, bank of Lviv, passage of Mikolasch in Lviv), bridges, tenements, villas, goods stations (Lviv railway station).

He died in Warsaw on 11 July 1937.