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Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:46

KhatynFascists have burnt every house in Khatyn. They also have burnt every inhabitant of the village. They left nothing to remind us about this place. They did the same in 600 villages in Belarus. But how can we see the places that were burnt? Reconstruction would not show us nothing. That’s why there’s nothing in Khatyn that was reconstructed. In this place not far from Minsk you will find only basements of the village and sounds of peal. This place is surrounded by symbols of tragedies and is known as one of the most shocking museum of the WWII.


Bialovezhskaya Pushcha and Brest Fortress

Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:45

Bialovezhskaya Pushcha and Brest FortressTo find a different world in old explored Europe is a perfect gift to any traveler. While Belarus is quite a special place, Belavezhskaya Pushcha is putting its guest in the world of total fantasy. More then 600 years people keep this place untouched. It is the oldest reserved forest in Europe. Centuries revolved, dynasties arise and disappeared, wars started and were over, kings and governors had a rest here, destroying countries or turning people hopes into reality. But the forest is still virgin and impassible. In the center of Europe. That’s unforgettable journey.

Bialovezhskaya Pushcha and Brest FortressProbably the most impregnable fortress in the world. Turned out to be on the western border of USSR it was the first to meet fascist troops in 1941. And it was still defending when the rest of the front was moved hundred kilometers eastward. Brest Fortress has become a significant symbol in russian culture. The note on the wall of the fortress made by unknown soldier «I am dying but not surrender» has become a motto of motherland defenders.


Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:44

DudutkiLet’s go on traveling to the different worlds. Cities are boring! It’s time to try some rural life of 19th century in Belarus! Perhaps that’s far more fun than it used to be in reality… But who cares, as long as you can get all the best in one trip? Interactive museum of countryside life Dudutki is about to surprise you. You will find here crafts, mill, food and all the attractions of ideal village.

Stalin Line

Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:42

Stalin LineAnother war museum?.. If you are military fan and enjoy war history, you have found the place to go insane. Stalin Line is the greatest defense line in the history of giant armies of 20th century. It was hardly possible to pass it in the maximum of its readiness. And as it did not played it’s mission in any war the today museum let us evaluate this phenomenon and feel ourselves the real communist motherland defenders. And to try lot’s of weapon as well.

Niasvizh Palace

Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:39

Niasvizh PalaceBelarus used to be a country of castles, though numerous wars destroyed almost all of them. Others have been saved and have become the objects of World Heritage. One of the remained palaces is situated in Niasvizh and is former property of the powerful Radzivill House. The palace will tell you a lot of the Eastern Europe history of 16-19 centuries.

Mir Castle

Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:38

Mir CastleThis castle stands here from 15th century. During its history it attracts a lot of events, confrontations and variety of powerful lords. I hope it will attract you as well. Numerous destinies, adventures and spirits of ages will be revealed once you visit will impressive Mir Castle.


Author: booker added 17-05-2013, 04:36

MinskMinsk is one of the oldest European cities and is great place to spend time in. It is comfortable for locals and foreigners, travelers and businessmen, nightlife lovers and fans of excursions.
Minsk is known because of the architecture built in times of Stalin. Part of main city avenue is about to be included into UNESCO World Heritage list as the an unique example of Stalin Empire Style.