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Minsk
Minsk is the Capital and the biggest city of Belarus. Also it's a political, economic, scientific and cultural centre of the coutnry. History Minsk is very old town. It was founded in 1067 (first mention in history records). During its history Minsk was...
Krakow, Poland
Krakow — the former capital of Poland and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. In the Old Town, located in ring of parks Planty, preserved a few hundred of most valuable architectural monuments. In 1978 Krakow was included in the list of cities protected...
Grodno
One of the most western cities of Belarus (15km to the border with Poland and 30km to the Lithuania) - Grodno. It is a city rich in history and interesting past. The once small industrial city at the crossroads of trade routes, Grodno for it's long life and has...
Borisov
Borisov (officially transliterated as Barysaŭ) is one of the oldest cities of Belarus, situated near the Berezina River in the Minsk Region. It is first mentioned in 1102 by the Polotsk prince Boris Vseslavovich. In 1812, Borisov became a crucial location when Napoleon's troops crossed the...
Kiev
Shrouded by legends and myths, Kiev lies on the seven picturesque hills along the mighty Dnipro River. It has an attractive geographical location and the region is bountiful with natural resources. The history of Kiev dates back to the ancient times. For centuries, the history of...
Ojcow
The outstanding natural beauty of the landscape surrounding Krakow should not be overlooked by visitors. Due to its close proximity (only 24 kilometres away), Ojcow National Park (Ojcowski Park Narodowy) is one of the easiest day-trips to make from Krakow, and certainly one of the most rewarding. ...
Lviv
Lviv — a city in Western Ukraine, founded in the 13th century by Prince Daniil of Galicia. Few centuries ago city was the capital of the Galician Principality, and in chronicles it was first mentioned in 1256. Despite its long history, the city managed to preserve...
Nesvizh, Belarus
Modern historians are of the opinion that the town of Nesvizh started its life in 1446. About a hundred years later we can see Nesvizh in the hands of the Radzivil family, the major and influential barons in the Great Lithuanian Duchy. Nesvizh was in the possession of the...
Brest
Understand Brest Brest is a city with a long and complex history, and at different times it has been part of different countries and linked to different cultures. First mentioned in 11th century chronicles, Brest was a city in the eastern part of Kievan Rus. Later...
Novogrudok, Belarus
The currently used name of the town was formed under the influence of the Polish language in the 16th century. Formerly it was known as Novogorodok, Novgorodok, Novgorod, etc. The first written proof of its existence dates back to 1044 and is connected with the campaign of the Grand...
Mir, Belarus
Mir - settlement in Korelichsky area with the population of 2.5 thousand people. History Mir is located on the river Miryanka and represents the perspective centre of development of tourism of the international value. In written sources for the first time it is...
Kamenetz
A small town with a big history – Kamenets – is a popular tourist destination. Kamenets was founded in 1276 by order of Volyn Prince Vladimir Vasilkovich. There was built a wooden fortress in the center of which is located a stone tower. This tower for...
Volozhin, Belarus
The town is located on the main road leading from Vilnius to Minsk. It is divided into two sections: the "lower neighborhood" along the river and the "upper neighborhood" toward the hills. Half of the town square is framed by the remains of 12th century buildings, including a bell...
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