Minsk
Belarus
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Things To Do in Minsk

4.7/5
41 Reviews
Square
Mr VeeeI 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.
4.5/5
27 Reviews
Museum
天鹅湖的青蛙The fortress area near the border is still the one that fends off enemies outside the country. Unfortunately, at the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, 528 modern fighter jets were bombed on the airport, and then there was a large-scale encirclement and annihilation.
4.8/5
24 Reviews
City Hall
LikeGorThe style of Minsk, the capital of Belarus (formerly Belarus), is completely different from that of Moscow, the capital of Russia. There is a sense of leisure in the countryside. Walking on the streets is full of fresh air and clear sky. You can't help being curious about this mysterious city.
4.5/5
22 Reviews
E57***04the cathedral looks great, the streets are clean, people surround you from every where, i recommend to visit.
4.6/5
14 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Tree-LiBelarus National Security Agency headquarters in Minsk, Belarus, is the headquarters of Kleb, the former Soviet Union. Now it is available for tourists to visit, it is very shocking, go see it! .............
4.9/5
19 Reviews
Historical Site
雨田Just went there and found that my information is different from other people's reviews. Believe that my information is more reliable, because it comes from local tour guides and local tourist service points. I hope Ctrip can check and correct the wrong information. Below is my version. The Red Church of Simon and Helena is telling a sad story: In 1910, a nobleman in Minsk built this red church for a pair of sons and daughters Simon and Helena who died at a young age. The two small towers on the left symbolize the lost children and the one on the right. The big tower symbolizes the sadness of parents. During the Soviet period, churches were banned, parents fled, children’s graves were destroyed, mother disappeared, and father died in a foreign land. It was not until Belarus became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991 that his father was able to bury his children (with only one grave) as his will.