Victory Square in Minsk is the largest public square in the city. It has a very large area and is surrounded by some famous buildings. There are bridges, pools, fountains, large lawns, and lifelike sculptures. The environment is very good. Come and feel the style of Belarus.
Minsk is the capital and the political, economic, technological and cultural center of Belarus. The Skolina Street, named after the Belarusian poet, is 11 kilometers long. There is a monument to the victims of the Great Patriotic War on the square. It is 40 meters high and has a monument body. There is an everlasting flame that reflects the immortal spirit of martyrs, and visiting foreign leaders usually come here to pay their respects. It is also a place where people present flowers when they hold weddings.
Minskerry Square is a square in the center of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. Victory Square is the most important square in Minsk, known as the Minsk version of Moscow’s Red Square. There are many buildings and monuments commemorating the victory of the Soviet Union's Great Patriotic War in the square. Minsk Metro also has a station here
I was there for Independence Day if Belarus to see the celebration, it is such a beautiful walk and good architecture.. well preserved and clean. people are friendly and I had a great time.
At that time, the German Central Army Group, after four days of fighting. Two hundred kilometers deep into Russia. Guderian and Hot's vanguard forces have broken through to Minsk. But the Brest Fortress was still resisting and contained the German Ace Forty-Five Division, the first division to enter Paris, France.
The triangulated stele body in Victory Square has reliefs on each edge, and the goddess of victory holds a golden victory laurel in her right hand. Next to her were two fat little angels, a man and a woman, blowing the trumpet of victory. Below the monument is a statue of the magic warrior Georgi holding a spear to assassinate a poisonous snake. There are five steps in front, each of which represents a year of war. On the right side of the square is a group of large fountains, and on the left there is a cathedral with a golden roof and white walls.
We drove past the square a few times last week, and thought it was very well done. The tall monument in the middle has some great significance to the Belarus people.
While it is now under construction and can't be accessed due to retaining walls, the monument dominates the skyline and reminds all of the historic Belarusian victories.
The Victory sq is a big roundabout in central Minsk. The square is dominated with a tall obelisk memorizing a significant number of Belarus WWII victims. There's a USSR Communist star on top, and the ...
Huge and iconic square, one of the main of the city. Big streets will bring you here, enjoy them by feet. Just impossible to be missed, come here and take your time!
I could not believe that one of the most important attractions of the city was under restoration during my visit on the end of September. Hopefully next time I can visit this site