Church of St Aleksandr Nevsky
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...
North of the central part of pr Nezalezhnastsi, the thoroughfare crosses the Svislach River and then parkland on both sides, before...
Former Residence of Lee Harvey Oswald
Just across the bridge over the Svislach River, on the west bank, is the former residence of Lee Harvey Oswald; it's the bottom left...
Belarusian State Circus
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...
Lonely Planet review
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 open once more. It's said that during WWII, a bomb crashed through the roof and landed plum in front of the altar, but never detonated.