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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Wilhelm Reich, American psychiatrist 1660
2 Simon Wiesenthal, nazi hunter 1541
3 Ludwig von Mises, free-market economist (born in Lemberg) 1317
4 Martin Buber, philosopher 916
5 Paul Muni, actor 519
6 Aleksander Ford, film director 480
7 Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, journalist and BDSM writer whose surname originated the term “masochism” 476
8 Adam Zagajewski, poet 469
9 Alfred Tarski, logician 391
10 Ruslana, pop singer 375
11 Mikhail Fridman, Russian oligarch 308
12 Stefan Banach, mathematician 259
13 Muhammad Asad, translator of Quran into English (born Leopold Weiss) 246
14 Ivan Franko, poet and linguist, reformer of the Ukrainian language 174
15 Wojciech Kilar, composer 170
16 Emanuel Ax, American pianist 170
17 Karl Radek, international Communist figure 170
18 Maria Konopnicka, writer 131
19 Zbigniew Herbert, poet 130
20 Richard von Mises, mathematician (younger brother of Ludwig, also born in Lemberg) 123
21 Yuri Bashmet, viola soloist 93
22 Hugo Steinhaus, mathematician 70
23 Roman Shukhevych, general of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army 70
24 Lewis Bernstein Namier, historian 61
25 Lillian Roxon, writer 58
26 Ludwik Fleck, biologist 52
27 Juliusz Kossak, painter 52
28 Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, rock musician 51
29 Andrey Sheptytsky, head of the Ukrainian Church through both the world wars 48
30 Ivan Fedorov, founder of book printing in Russia and Ukraine 47
31 Anna Muzychuk, chess grandmaster 46
32 Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz, logician and philosopher 46
33 Kazimierz Bartel, mathematician and politician, prime minister of Poland (1926–1930) 44
34 Count Aleksander Fredro, comedy writer 44
35 Larisa Shepitko , Soviet film director. 42
36 Gabriela Zapolska, writer 38
37 Alexandra Marinina, writer of detective stories 38
38 Lubka Kolessa, pianist 37
39 Solomiya Krushelnytska, opera singer 35
40 Rudolf Weigl, scientist, inventor of the typhus vaccine 34
41 Alexander Beliavsky, chess grandmaster 34
42 Kazimierz Twardowski, philosopher, founder of Lwow-Warsaw philosophical school 33
43 Yevhen Konovalets, Ukrainian nationalist leader 31
44 Wojciech Pszoniak, actor 31
45 Jan Wasiewicz, soccer player of Polish National Team 31
46 Leopold Staff, poet 29
47 Artur Grottger, late romanticist painter 29
48 Kateryna Lahno, chess grandmaster 29
49 Teodor Axentowicz, painter 28
50 Wojciech Bobowski (1610–1675), dragoman and musician in the Ottoman Empire, translated the Bible into Ottoman Turkish 26
51 Heinrich Gottfried von Bretschneider, German satirical writer 25
52 Janusz Onyszkiewicz, politician, Vice President of the European Parliament 25
53 Bohdan Stupka, actor 25
54 Andrzej Mostowski, mathematician 24
55 Volodymyr Ivasyuk, composer 24
56 Stefan Askenase (1896–1985), pianist 24
57 Jakub Karol Parnas, biochemist 24
58 Jan Krukowiecki, general 23
59 Vasyl Stefanyk, writer 22
60 Markiyan Shashkevych, poet 22
61 Erwin Axer, actor and theatre professor 21
62 Teodor Parnicki, historian 20
63 Sigmund Mogulesko, Yiddish singer and actor 18
64 Herman Auerbach, mathematician 18
65 Andrei Volokitin, chess grandmaster 18
66 Julian Stryjkowski, writer 18
67 Szymon Okolski (1580–1653), a historian, specialist in heraldry, provincial of the Dominican Order 17
68 Adolf Beck (1863–1942), physiologist 17
69 Szymon Askenazy, historian and politician, founder of the Lvov-Warsaw historical school 17
70 Henryk Samsonowicz, historian 17
71 Jan Czekanowski, anthropologist 16
72 Joseph Saul Nathanson, leading rabbinical authority of the 1800s 15
73 Witold Pyrkosz, modern polish actor 14
74 Bohdan Ihor Antonych, poet 12
75 Jan Parandowski, writer 12
76 Oswald Balzer, law historian, rector of the Lwów University (1895–1896), founder of the Society for Support of Polish Science in Lwów (Tow. dla Popierania Nauki Pol. we Lwowie), the first scientific organisation in the city 12
77 Andrzej Dobrowolski, composer 11
78 Ihor Podolchak, artist, film director 11
79 Eugeniusz Romer, geographer and geologist 11
80 Roman Abraham, general of the Polish army 10
81 Emmanuil Chekalyuk, petroleum engineer 10
82 Taras Chubay, leader of Ukrainian rock band Plach Yeremiji 10
83 Joseph Beer (1908–1987), composer 9
84 Zofia Albinowska-Minkiewiczowa, painter 9
85 Bertha Kalich, actress 9
86 Moritz Szeps, journalist 8
87 Franciszek Ksawery Godebski, director of the Ossolineum and father to Cyprian Godebski, renown sculptor 8
88 Zygmunt Gorgolewski, architect, constructor of the Grand Theatre in Lwów (currently Opera Theatre in Lviv) 6
89 Fabian Birkowski, writer, preacher 6
90 Hryhoriy Dolenko, petroleum geologist, academician 5
91 Wacław Sobieski, historian < 5
92 Georgiy R. Gongadze, journalist kidnapped and murdered in 2000 < 5
93 Józef Bem, Polish and Hungarian national hero < 5
94 Michel Chmielowiec (Sambor), Polish journalist and poet < 5
95 Stanislaw Ostrowski, Polish politician, best known for serving as the last President of Lwów and third President of Poland in exile. < 5
96 Andrzej Żuławski, film director < 5
97 Leonid Shpaner I, WWII captain, actor < 5
98 Count Stanisław Skarbek, city's benefactor < 5
99 Volodymyr Stepanovych Perepechay, Distinguished Land Surveyor of Ukraine < 5
100 Solomon Buber, banker and philosopher < 5
101 Mieczysław Boruta-Spiechowicz, general of the Polish army < 5
102 Vyacheslav Chornovil, politician < 5
103 Stanisław I Leszczyński, King of Poland < 5
104 Kazimierz Michałowski, Egyptologist, founder of Nubiology < 5
105 Stanisław Marcin Ulam, mathematician < 5
106 Samuel Judah Löb Rapoport, prominent Austrian rabbi < 5
107 Ignacy Łukasiewicz, engineer, pioneer of oil industry < 5
108 Andrei Lahush, writer < 5
109 Stanisław Maczek, Polish WW2 general, Commander Allied (Polish) 1st Armoured Division in Western Europe < 5
110 [[Count Wojciech Dzieduszycki, conservative politician and philosopher < 5
111 Lyubomyr Huzar, Cardinal, head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church < 5
112 Wacław Szybalski, medical researcher < 5
113 Ilya Kutik, Russian poet < 5
114 Tadeusz Sygietyński, composer < 5
115 Jacob Ber Gimpel, founder of the Lemberg Yiddish theater < 5
116 Michał Boym (ca. 1612–1659), Jesuit missionary in China, known for his travels and writings < 5
117 Deborah Vogel, poet < 5
118 Stanisław Kasznica, resistance soldier < 5
119 Tsakhiagiyn Elbegdorj, Prime Minister of Mongolia < 5
120 Uri Zvi Greenberg, poet < 5
121 Jan Łukasiewicz, philosopher and logician < 5
122 Spirydion Albanski, soccer goalkeeper of Polish National Team < 5
123 Ivan Krypyakevych, historian < 5
124 Michał Karaszewicz-Tokarzewski, general < 5
125 Irena Dziedzic, journalist and Polish TV personality < 5
126 Paolo Dominici Romanus, Italian architect < 5
127 Jerzy Michotek, ethnologue < 5
128 Adam Mikołaj Sieniawski, hetman < 5
129 Stanislaw Albinowski, economist, columnist and journalist < 5
130 Zygmunt Kętrzyński, historian, director of Ossolineum institute < 5
131 Hryhoriy Chubay, poet < 5
132 Mieczysław Gębarowicz, scientist and art historian, director of the Ossolineum Institute during the World War II < 5
133 Antoni Łomnicki, mathematician < 5
134 Stanisław Leśniewski, philosopher and logician < 5
135 Wojciech Bogusławski, composer < 5
136 Vasyl Ivanchuk, chess grandmaster < 5
137 Władysław Bełza, poet, author of the most popular Polish poem for children < 5
138 Kazimierz Górski, football coach < 5
139 Piotr Mikolasch, pharmacist and chemician, tutor of Ignacy Łukasiewicz, founder of the world oil industry < 5
140 Saint Józef Bilczewski, archbishop of Lwów and a Catholic saint < 5
141 Włada Majewska, singer and actress < 5
142 Stanisław Skrowaczewski, composer < 5
143 Roman Viktyuk, theater director < 5
144 Julian Zachariewicz, architect and rector of the Lviv University < 5
145 Kornel Makuszyński, writer of books for children < 5
146 Dr. Jaroslaw (Jerry) Drahomyr Stachiw, Mechanical Engineer and leading authority on the structural application of plastics and brittle materials used in external pressure housings and hyperbaric chambers < 5
147 Jacek Kuroń, freedom fighter and politician (Solidarity, KOR) < 5
148 Wacław Kuchar, talented athlete, multiple champion of Poland in various sports < 5
149 Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski, general of the Polish army, commander-in-chief of the Home Army < 5
150 Władysław Tatarkiewicz, historian of philosophy < 5
151 Grigoriy Alekseyevich Yavlinskiy, politician < 5
152 Mykhailo Hrushevsky, first president of the Ukrainian People's Republic < 5
153 Ilona Kurzowa, pianist < 5
154 Roman Longschamps de Berier, lawyer, last rector of the Jan Kazimierz University < 5
155 Ignacy Mościcki, chemist and President of Poland (1926–1939) < 5
156 Vilém Kurz, pianist, professor at the Lviv State Conservatory < 5
157 Danylo of Halych, 1st King of Galicia, founder of city < 5
158 Anna Czekanowska-Kuklińska, musicologist and ethnographer < 5
159 Stanisław Lem, science fiction writer and futurist < 5

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