The Belarusian capital of Minsk is the largest city in the country and sits on the Svisla? and the Nyamiha Rivers. Since the country was once under the rule of Russians, this city is rich in communist and wartime history.
If you’re planning on visiting this gorgeous city, some of its must-sees are the House of Government, the BelAZ Automobile Plant, its Old Town, the Nemiga Bridge, Victory Square, and the Eternal Flame.
History buffs and aesthetes will have a wonderful time admiring the intricate details of the city’s iconic sculptures and memorials as well as exploring institutions like the National Arts Museum and the State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic.