300***44This attraction is located in the center of Vesroc, like an island, connected to the shore by a bridge, as it is dedicated to the war dead Belarusian soldiers, the monument on the island stands long with offerings of flowers and other sacrifices from the loved ones of the deceased There was a special solemnity and solemnity. There was a statue of a crying child in the middle of the island, and he could feel the missing. The view from the island was beautiful against the blue sky of the river.
juki235Santa Trinity Hill is a high slope in Minsk, there are many beautiful buildings, standing here overlooking the entire complex, very beautiful, there are often a large number of children studying painting sit here to paint, youthful breath.
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.
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.
#summervacation life could be complicated in the “pandemic “ but in Belarus they live life normally.. summer is good here and there are many things to do. the architect of the city remains beautiful and well preserved. people are friendly and the entertainment are endless.. sunsets only 22:30 and it’s early sun again. beautiful place and this summer I won’t quarantine.. #screwthepandemic. there are a lot of cultures there.. I love the Turkish coffee shops and the traditional Belarus food. it’s a must go if you looking for clean and a good relaxing time. the country is well priced (somewhat expensive depending) and hotels are good. make a lot of friends here and easily find your way around.
The earliest historical references to Minsk date to the 11th century (1067), when it was noted as a provincial city within the Principality of Polotsk. The settlement developed on the rivers. In 1242, Minsk became part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It received town privileges in 1499.
From 1569, it was a capital of the Minsk Voivodeship, in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was part of a region annexed by the Russian Empire in 1793, as a consequence of the Second Partition of Poland. From 1919 to 1991, after the Russian Revolution, Minsk was the capital of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, in the Soviet Union.
Walking on the central avenue of Minsk, the capital of White Rose, it feels like an open, empty, and stylish street, but it is a bit deserted, with few pedestrians. At the National Mall at the end of the avenue, the buildings around it are magnificent. There are government, churches, universities, and the square is still empty. Figure 1 3:5 is the former KGB headquarters, whether it is a part of history or not, there is a small square opposite, still stands the statue of the founder of the KGB predecessor, Cheerzhinsky (Figure 4).
In Minsk, the first thing to eat is to go straight to the restaurant Vasilki, which is good for eating, and to eat Belarusian food. National Food Potato Cake Draniki
## Finally set foot in the last country in Europe, Belarus. When staying at the Minsk Marriott Hotel, we were upgraded to a free suite and woke up to watch the sunrise on the large balcony. There are many small sculptures throughout the hotel, the restaurant is rustic, beef and mushrooms are very good. The river view room is only required to exchange 12,500 points. The price is very high and the price is very good. About the free upgrade suite has other travel dry experience, you can see our book "Which is no money, no time, this is the case"