Metro travellers passing by Piatroŭščhyna station on the night between October 5th and 6th were greeted with classical tunes, lights and applause.
A live classical concert was first held in Minsk metro last year. Then the unusual event with about 400 tickets available was sold out on in the first few hours. Check out what it was last weekend:
By the way, Minsk metro is more than just a means of transportation, it is a masterpiece of art and architecture that can tell stories. Check it yourself with our guide to 8 oldest metro stations.