Minsk is a capital of the Republic of Belarus. For many hundred years it was constantly changing, growing and becoming stronger. For the first time it was mentioned in written chronicals in 1067. It was connected with a great battle on the river Nemiga when the city was destroyed and population was captured.
The cultural historical association under the name of “The Stalin Line” is located on the territory of Loshany village of Minsk region. It is an original defensive complex that was opened in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Victory in the World War II with the help of the charitable foundation called “Memory of Afghanistan”.
The First Belarusian Park-Museum of Interactive History Sula is situated on the picturesque shore of the Sulskoye Lake, just 49 kilometers away from the capital city Minsk. A new world opens here, where boundaries between the material and the spiritual are non-existent, and the lost connection with our past is restored...
Mir castle is an architectural landmark of 16th cetury which was owned by Radzivill’s aristocrate family in the Middle ages. There is a rich collection of paintings, furniture, dresses and jewelery belonged to this family. During the excursion you will learn interesting facts about the construction of the castle and the legends abouts its famous owners. Under the castle there’s a collection of old weapons and armors.
The name of Belarusian village of Khatyn is known throughout the world, though it does not exist now any longer, as the life of the settlement ended tragically on March 22, 1943. The village was not deserted by its residents; it was killed together with the people and never rose fr om the ashes again.