Loshitski Park Complex - is one of the oldest parks of Minsk. Tourists rarely visit this place because of location - its far from the city center and main tourists routes. Meanwhile, it is a very interesting place.
Loshitsa park history - a history of multiple Belarusian gentry births, which owned estate. Loshitsa park - in fact, the only gentry estate in Minsk, survived after all wars and disasters. Here are preserved some of the old buildings and the atmosphere of a princely park.
The park opened in 2011 after extensive renovation. Lanterns in the city's old-style, benches, paved roads for walks and bike paths.
Preserved buildings listed, that now have become attractions of the park.
Watchmen brick house
One of the buildings in the park - a watchmen brick house, building of the XIX century.
Ruins of chapel
The ruins of chapel housed the ancestral crypt of the Prushinskih - last owners of the estate.
Big wooden house with a tower, which is now a museum. Previously, the servants lived there, and on the second floor - the estate manager.
Manor of the estate
The history of the house is quite difficult, like most stories of the Belarusian nobility - after the Revolution owners fled to Europe; before the war in the manor housed the KGB commando brigade under the guise of "Agricultural Institute", and during the war there was a German commandant.