Palats Mastatsva (Art Palace)
While it doesn't necessarily hold the largest or most impressive collection of Belarusian art, Palats Mastatsva is a cool place to hang...
Church of St Aleksandr Nevsky
This redbrick church was built in 1898, was closed by the Bolsheviks, reopened by the Nazis, closed again by the Soviets and now it's...
This cool space, named after a letter unique to the Belarusian language (called 'u nieskladovaye ', and pronounced as a 'v') is about as...
Hidden in the courtyard of a building just off pl Peramohi, this sleek wine bar is attached to the contemporary art gallery of the same...
A branch of the excellent pie shop.
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This excellent place is a real lifesaver for a quick and filling meal. The large cafeteria has a huge array of food on display, so it's easy for non-Russian speakers: just point at what you want. Lunchtime is always packed, but it's usually easy to find a seat among the curious faux-medieval village decor.