Destinations

Mir

urban-type settlement in Belarus

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Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park

Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park is in the Brest and Hrodna regions of Belarus.

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Vitebsk

city in Belarus

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Nesvizh

city in Belarus

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Mogilev

city in Belarus

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Grodno

city in Belarus

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Gomel

city in Belarus

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Polotsk

city in Belarus

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Brest (Belarus)

Brest is a border town in the south-west corner of Belarus, near Terespol in Poland.

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Minsk

capital city of Belarus

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Sights

Brest, Belarus

city in Belarus

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Slutsk

city in Belarus

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Białowieża Forest

old forest in Poland and Belarus

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Mir Castle Complex

This late medieval castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The ticket into the castle and the chapel-crypt behind it can be bought at the entrance - 100 m away from the castle gate tower.

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Corpus Christi Church, Nesvizh

A magnificent building from 1584–1593, one of the first Baroque churches in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Many members of the Radziwiłł family are buried here.

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National Opera and Ballet of Belarus

The most sought-after Minsk theatre. It has an excellent reputation for quality of the experience and variety of performances, incl. for children. For regular performances, tickets are readily available online and from various ticket vendors across the city. For the most exclusive shows, e.g. Christmas gala concerts, tickets - if sold out - are occasionally made available from the theatre box office at short notice, a day before or so.

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Struve Geodetic Arc

meridian arc from Hammerfest in Norway to the Black Sea

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Nesvizh Castle

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Brest Fortress

19th century Russian fortress

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Church of Saints Simon and Helena

The best known Roman Catholic church in the city, commonly known as the Red Church, built between 1908 and 1910 in Romanesque Revival style. It is a home to a large and active community maintaining a library, choir and many other ministries. It is also used for services by a Greek-Catholic community.

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Great Synagogue (Hrodna)

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State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus

National intelligence agency of Belarus

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Holy Spirit Cathedral (Minsk)

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Kalozha Church

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Saint Sophia Cathedral in Polotsk

This medieval building was completely redecorated during the Baroque period.

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Old Cathedral of St. Barbara and St. Paul, Vitebsk

A Romanesque Revival church.

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St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Grodno

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Transfiguration Church, Polotsk

A well-preserved building from the times of old Rus', with some later alterations.

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Old Grodno Castle

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St. Nicholas' Church, Mir

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Co-Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin and St. Stanislaus, Mogilev

The city's Catholic cathedral where parishioners will often be singing. The original frescoes survived World War II remarkably well. It is very beautiful inside.

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St. Joseph Church, Minsk

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St. Nicholas Monastery Complex

The 1668 Cathedral dome is being restored and the iconostasis and frescos are magnificent inside. Outside the nuns tend beautiful flower gardens and a variety of apple trees. The outside of the church features many beautiful frescoes and it is not surprising that the site is being considered by UNESCO for World Heritage status. You need to wear a skirt and scarf if you're female which will be provided to you at the gate if necessary.

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Brest Railway Museum

An incredible collection of impressive locomotives from the Soviet era. While there is not much effort in the presentation (they are all displayed one after the other), the variety of the locomotives and carriages is impressive. Some can even be visited.

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Chelyuskinites Park

An urban forest park. The park's area is 78 hectares (190 acres). The park contains an amusement park. Other attractions include a Children's Railway, operated exclusively by teenagers, and a cinema Raduga (Russian: Радуга). There is a Minsk Metro station "Park Čaliuskincaǔ" next to the park. The park is adjacent to the Botanical Garden.

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Mound of Glory

memorial

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Brest City Park

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Gorky Park (Minsk)

A public park established in 1800 under the name Governor's Garden. During the Soviet times it was renamed "парк культуры і адпачынку імя Максіма Горкага" (Park of culture and recreation after A.M.Gorky) after the famous Russian/Soviet writer Maksim Gorky. Parks with this name have been established in many cities of the Soviet Union. A part of the park's territory is occupied by an amusement park with a 56-metre-high Ferris wheel. It also has an educational observatory with a planetarium. The Ice Palace (indoors skating rink) is also located in Gorky Park. President Lukashenko, known for his hobby of ice hockey, frequents this place, at which times the access to this part of the park is closed for general public.

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Yanka Kupala Park

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Grodno Zoo

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Belarus

Belarus (Belarusian: Белару́сь) is a country in eastern Europe with 9.5 million inhabitants. It's bordered to the west by Poland, to the south by Ukraine, to the north by Lithuania and Latvia, and to the east by Russia.

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