雨田Pushkin Bridge is located on the Vitba River, next to the Pushkin Statue, behind the Statue is Pushkin Park. It's beautiful and quiet. It means that I can’t understand the Russian text. Ask the local people to translate it for me. It was originally that Pushkin had visited and stayed here many times during the happiest period of his life from 1820 to 1824.
雨田The Orthodox Cathedral, built on the hillside, has become a landmark of the city.
What I see now is the new church. The old church was destroyed during the Soviet era. It was rebuilt on the site of the old church after the independence of Belarus, so it looks very new.
To visit the church, you need to climb a lot of stone steps to the middle of the mountain, which seems to test the piety of the worshippers.
Below the church is Pushkin Bridge, and at the end of the bridge is Pushkin's statue. You can stop by and take a look.