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This church is a bit away from the city centre and you need to take the metro or a taxi to get there. But go. It is the most beautiful church in Minsk, both inside and outside. Combine aviser to the church with the National...More
An incredibly impressive church, situated approximately 8km from the October Square by metro and a short walk. This church was one of my favourites one my week long trip to Belarus and Ukraine.
Impeccably decorated in great detail, one needs to walk around the interior...More
We got the metro out to this church as it's a bit far from the centre of the city and headed here after visiting the National Library of Belarus. It's about a 5-10 minute walk from Uschod station. We checked out the wooden Orthodox church...More
I visited three well known churches in Minsk and this was by far the best one. It’s pretty far out of town but is definitely worth seeing if you’re in the area. There is a separate wooden church next to this one that is also...More
It's a spectacular and standout church whether you're into religion and churches or not. Check opening times before visiting as I was too late to go inside and could only see the crypt. It's a memorial church with gleaming onion domes and intricate detail which...More
The big church is a really impressive building and makes for a few good photos. The wooden church next to it was very crowded when I visited, which was on a Sunday of course. I don’t know if it was worth visiting as it’s quite...More
One of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen. It is easy to find. Take the underground to Uschod Metro station. Walk towards the big junction and you'll see the church. There are even signs in English in the station. You won't regret the...More
We were met by a guide who gave us review of the building, and made a short escort to the history and artifacts at the church (sand from the graves of victims of world war 2, Chernobyl catastrophe, Afghanistan, etc.).
very professional tour guide who...More