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Church of All Saints

107 Reviews

Church of All Saints

107 Reviews
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Kalinovskogo St., 121 Corner Vsekhsvyatskoy St., Minsk Belarus
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UschodMinsk Metro11 min
Barysaŭski traktMinsk Metro11 min
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3-hours Guided Minsk City Tour (Driving & Walking Tour)
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3-hours Guided Minsk City Tour (Driving & Walking Tour)

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Explore Minsk highlights even if your time is limited on a half-day tour that combines guided walks with private car transport. With stops at the Minsk Gates, Independence Square, Upper City, Victory Square, and more, you’ll get a great orientation to the city’s key sites. Walking alongside a personal guide means the chance to learn about local culture and history along the way.
$106.85 per adult
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B1714D wrote a review Nov 2019
Belgrade, Serbia8,674 contributions2,533 helpful votes
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The Church of all Saints wasn't initially on my Minsk to do list when preparing my trip. I'm also surprised it's so low on TA list. But, being in Minsk for 2,5 days (which is more than enough) I disovered it and decided to visit - best decision I made. The Church is in the northeastern suburbs of the Belarus capital, on the way to/from the airport and pretty close to the ultra modern National Library which was on my list, so naturally I decided to combine it with it. Fastest and cheapest is to take the metro blue line and exit at Uschod station. From here in one direction is the Library, in the opposite the Church (10-15 min walk). In one word, the Church is fantastic - both outside and inside. It's huge with a central spire Dome adorned with several smaller ones, all of them with golden onion domes on top. It shines in it's whiteness with many golden decorations. From the moment you approach it you can tell it's new, finished only 10y ago, but they didn't spare on it. The interior will blow you away, among the best I've seen - the altar, floor, walls, stained glass, crypt,.... It's a memorial Church dedicated to all Saints. Beside that, unknown soldiers from WWI and WWII are buried there, as well the ashes of Chernobyl visctims, etc... Beware they close at 5 PM - we didn't know that so were lucky to enter 20 min earlier. Entrance is via the big staircase, all the beautiful wood carved-copper doors around are locked. I'm surprised the authorities didn't find space more downtown for this masterpiece. Surely many more people would visit it. Do NOT miss this.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Olwyn H wrote a review Oct 2019
Ipswich, United Kingdom253 contributions43 helpful votes
This huge and beautiful church is still under construction.Showing the faith of the people, that had been surpessed by Russia, blossoming in ther independence. In front of it is a wooden Scandinavian style church building where the congregation worships until this building is consedrated. The gilded turrets really gleam like beacons in the sunshine .It is an awe inspiring building
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Geminican wrote a review Sep 2019
San Jose, California1,680 contributions410 helpful votes
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It wasn't part of our itinerary but our guide took us there. It's beautiful inside. In the basement of this church, there are soils/ashes of special people who died for the country. Minsk is a big city. While key buildings and monuments can be done by long walks, but it's still highly recommended that you either get a driver guide (if you want to see everything in one day) or take public transportation.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Lars S wrote a review May 2019
Skanderborg, Denmark1,724 contributions269 helpful votes
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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 Library which is close.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Jack S wrote a review Mar 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands407 contributions203 helpful votes
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 to fully appreciate its beauty.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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