Coins, weapons, national costumes, arts and crafts, books, musical instruments and more. Don’t miss your chance to take a look at Belarus’s historical and cultural heritage. Where? On the fence of Čaliuskincaŭ Park along praspiekt Niezaliežnasci.
The “Rarities of the National History Museum of the Republic of Belarus” exhibition has been on display for several weeks in Belarus’s capital and is still available.
While museums are probably not the best option to explore the country’s history and culture now, an open-air exhibition can be a nice way to quench your thirst for knoweledge.
It features coins, weapons, national costumes, arts and crafts, books, precious metals, awards, musical instruments and many more for you to see, explore and probably take photo of.
By the way, 70 photo banners are captioned in Belarusian, Russian and English! And remember, in case you get tired of learning to much, you can always pop into the amusement park to have a ride or eat some cotton candy.
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