Brest – Nesvizh – Mir the national state memorial complex “Khatyn” – Stalin Line – Minsk – Bobruisk – Memorial of concentration children’s camp “Red Beach” – Mogilyov

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Cost of the tour for 1 person for individual tourists and organized groups:

from 1 to 6 people – Calculation of the tour individually

from 6 to 10 people – from 214 EUR/ Persona

from 10 to 20 people – from 188 EUR/ Persona

from 20 to 30 people – from 168 EUR/ Persona

From 30 to 40 people – from 162 EUR/ Persona

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accommodation in hotels 3 *

BB (breakfast) food

guide services

entrance fees to sites visited

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1 day

Brest, Brest is one of the oldest cities in Belarus. In 2018, the city celebrated 1000th anniversary. The city borders Poland. Geographically, they are divided only by the river. Brest was the first city where the volleys of the Great Patriotic War have tinted.

Visit Brest Fortress: Cholmskije gate, main monument, statuary composition “Thirst” bayonet obelisk. Overview tour of Brest. Tour of the most valuable architectural monuments of the city: Cathedral of St. Nicholas (1879), Cathedral of St. Simeon (1868), Church of the Assumption of the Holy Cross (1856).

Walk through the pedestrian street in the city center. In Brest, there is a very interesting tradition that tourists and residents into consideration by the city on Sovetskaya street. Every evening a badge lit the kerosene lanterns in the pedestrian street of the city, when it begins to dawn.

2 day

Nesvizh is the center of the estate of Radziwill, which was very powerful and influential in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Poland-Lithuania. In Nesvizh European nobility and kings. Here were balls, parades, hunting for the nobility. The palace ensemble of the Radziwill belongs since 2005 to the UNESCO World Heritage. Castle Nesvizh has the following architectural styles: Renaissance, Classicism, Baroque, Rococo, Art Nouveau, Neoclassicism. Church God’s body is the first church in Eastern Europe in the Baroque style. Here is the crypt of Radziwill. This is the third largest in Europe after Fürstengruft Habsburg and Bourbon. The Town Hall in Nesvizh is the oldest probably keep City Hall in Belarus. Slutsker Gate is the original monument to the Baroque style. This is the only well keep gate in Belarus.

Crossing in Mir, since 1395 and one of the main tourist “fire brand” of Belarus. The most famous building in Me is erected at the beginning of the 15th century Castle of Mir, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000. With its Gotische-, Renaissance and Baroque elements, it is an example of the magnate architecture from the time of the Polish-Lithuanian rule. The money represents the Castle of Mir. During the walk, tourists explore the Chapel-tomb of the princes Svyatopolk-Mirski (1904), Holy Trinity Church (1550) and the Church of St. Nicholas.

3 day

Arriving in the national state memorial complex “Khatyn”, Khatyn is a village in Belarus, which by the Nazi policy of 22 March 1943 “scorched earth” in Belarus has been destroyed since the beginning of World War II. All 149 residents of Khatyn were burned alive or shot. The memorial was inaugurated on July 5 1969th They are the Museum of the Memorial, the main monument, the village cemetery, the eternal fire, visit the place destruction of Khatyn.

Arrival on Stalin Line, Stalin Line was in 30-ies of XX centuries. A line of defense of the Red Army, which was built on the western borders of the Soviet Union in 1929. It consisted of a variety of concrete bunkers, which possessed light and heavy weaponry. It stretched across the entire former western border from the Baltic to the Black Sea. They ran from Narva and Pskov over Vitebsk, Mogilyov, Gomel and Zhitomir and along the river Dniester to Odessa.

The capital of Belarus is Minsk. Business capital is Minsk Gate – two symmetrical eleven-storey towers on the Privokzalny place, built in the 1953rd

Freedom Square with the Church of Saints Simon and Helena (Red Church), built in 1910 under the financial support of the nobleman Edward Woyniłłowicz. The church’s name refers to the patrons of the children Woyniłłowiczs – the children had died young.

Prospect of Freedom. This is the place where there is in pristine shape Empire by Stalin.

Island of Tears or island of courage and sorrow. This is the monument of Belarusian soldiers-internationalists who were killed in Afghanistan.

Troitskoje suburb. This is the historic center of Minsk. Guests can experience the atmosphere of the first half of the 19th century deep. Today, there are many museums, coffee shop, art galleries, where townspeople and guests of the city to spend their free time.

Freedom Square and City Hall. This is the main square of the medieval Minsk.

Cathedral of the descent of the Holy Spirit. It belonged to the complex of the Catholic convent, founded in the 1633rd

National Academic Theater of J. Kupala, National Academic Big Theater of Opera and Ballet, National Art Museum, National Library and many others.

4 day

Babrujsk one of the ten largest cities in Belarus. She has more than 600 years. And all the time she was the center of administrative district in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the district of the Russian Empire and the district in 20 years of XX century. Today Babrujsk is the region’s Mogilyover district. located on the site of the old castle babrujsischen the beginning of the XIX century the most powerful fortress that has kept the four-month siege in the 1812th And later their fate was not cloudless, especially in the years of World War II. The shape of the old town forms a sort of peculiar mosaic of the buildings of the XIX century with few floors. This mosaic is complemented by the Church of St. George (1907) and the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, which has more than four centuries. Her story.

Memorial of concentration children’s camp “Red Beach”, The memorial was opened in June of 2007. here was once a concentration camp, where doctors in children blood for the wounded German soldiers took. This Memorial was built as a school class school classrooms, the school board and the white ship that symbolized dreams. The mosaic from the colored glass on the background presents the children’s drawings. The author of the project is architect Leonid Levin. When you visit this memorial, you will get a strong impression.

Mogilyov is located on the banks of the Dnieper. It was formed more than seven centuries. This city has rapid history and peculiar sights, which are built in Classicism and Art Nouveau. They are the famous church of Nikolaj the XVII century with a richly decorated facade and an amazing multi-stage iconostasis, Cathedral of St. Stanislav of the XVIII century look with unique frescoes. You can also see the Palace of Konisski constructed in Baroque style by outstanding architects Johann (Janom) of Kristofom Glaubizem in 1762, see. Here are also residential and civil buildings of the end XVIII – the XIX. C. preserved.