Minsk Town Hall
Minsk City Hall is a symbol of the city government. This pretty neoclassical building very popular among tourists. Originally dates back till the end of 16th century. During turbulent past of Minsk the Minsk town hall was destroyed and rebuilt several time. The current structure is from 1990's and is copy of the old city hall from 18th century that was demolished in 1861. Inside the Town Hall you can explore of Minsk through centuries. The entrance is free, but is open for visitors only on Saturdays.
In front of building is a statue of horse carriage that is very popular photo motive.
Near the town hall is the cathedral church of the Virgin Mary and the Holy Spirit Cathedral.
hall super. symbolic place for the history of Minsk
I love the jazz evenings at the town Hall! Always so many fun people, positive sea and good mood!
the most beautiful place of Minsk. I advise everyone to go here!!!
Beautiful place. In the summer, every day there are fairs on the street.
Minsk Town Hall or Minsk City Hall as it is also known is located in the centre of the city in Liberty Square. The building was first built in 1583 but has since been rebuilt many times in different forms but was last destroyed in 1857 and the rebuilding process began in 1980 with 15 years planning before construction began to recreate the building that last stood there down to the half metre thick walls before reopening in 2004.
The building looks like it was built hundreds of years ago and the level of detail is remarkable. It's essentially an office building now but there are tours available.
Beautiful place, reflecting the history of Minsk. You can get to the fair where local craftsmen sell various interesting Souvenirs. "At the town hall" for a nice lunch.
Fit very well after recovery
Pleasing to the eye the beauty and safety of the town hall!