Minsk to Mir and Novahrudok
Drive to Mir, where a world-renowned yeshiva, that numbered about five hundred students from around the world was established in 1815. One can see in the same area the buildings of the former yeshiva and three synagogues. The old Jewish cemetery of Mir. Memorial for the Jewish inhabitants murdered during WWII.
Visit the museum of medieval Dukes’ Radziwill castle of Mir built in 1495.
Shtetle od Novogrudok
Novogrudok – once the center of the Great Duchy of Lithuania. Here Rav Yosef Yoizel Horowitz served as Rosh Yeshiva of Novardok. The story of the escape of 233 ghetto prisoners to the partisans. Visit the museum of the Ghetto History.