From Trinity neighborhood, we will drive along the Svisloch river to see an iconic memorial and a Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko has an impressive palace just a couple of minutes’ drive from this memorial park.
Our next stop is Independence Square, the political center of the republic. You will see the statue of Vladimir Lenin’s, and the House of the Government. Nearby is one of the most impressive neogothic churches of Belarus Saint Simon and Helena. We will learn the moving story of its foundation.
We will drive on fifteen kilometers long Independence avenue. It will unveil Stalinistic architecture — significant, impressive buildings decorated with Soviet symbols. Here we will see the central post office, Labor Union Palace, and Belorussian State Circus.
We will stop at Victory square to see internal flame for victims of WWll. Passing by the modern part of Minsk, we will end the Minsk tour at the National Library building. The outstanding building includes rare collections of different books and has workshops for various studies. We will enjoy the view of the Minsk from the roof of the Library where was organize a perfect panoramic platform.