Bernard Meretyn (German: Bernhard Meretyn, also Bernard Merettiner, born near or at the end of the 17th century — January 3 or January 4, 1759) was an architect of the late Baroque and rococo of German origin. He worked in Western Ukraine, which in the 18th century was part of the Kingdom of Poland. In particular, he worked in Lviv (St. George's Cathedral, Lviv), Buchach (Buchach townhall), Vynnyky.
According to Ukrainian researcher Volodymyr Vujcyk by analysing multiple signatures architect used as: Meretynier Bernat architectus, Meretync, Meredyn, Merettyn, Mirydyn, Mertynier, Merderer, Bernadt architecto, Bernat, Bennard, Merettini, Meretyn, he was able to identify his original German surname was Merettiner.
- Zbigniew Hornung. Merenyn Bernard (zm. 1759) // Polski Słownik Biograficzny.— Wrocław — Warszawa — Kraków — Gdańsk, 1978.— t. ХХ/3, zeszyt 86.— 409–616 s.— S. 442-444.
- Bernard Meretyn - biography
- Meretyn, Bernard in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).