Memorial complex in memory of heroes and victims of the First World War - The memorial complex is located on the Memory Alley and consists of three sculptural compositions: "Refugees", "Soldiers of the First World War", "Winged genius of soldier's glory". Paths were laid on the territory of the memorial complex, a chapel was built, and a "Stone of Memory" was installed with a text message to the descendants.
Lunch at the Viliya cafe in Smorgon * (additional area)
Moving to Soly
Church of the Virgin Mary Ruzhantsova in Soly * - The very impressive appearance of the church is certainly impressive. Asymmetrical and graceful, it is unlike any other temple. Graceful and elegant embodiment of the Art Nouveau style. Let's take a look inside - very non-trivial fresco scenes will not leave you indifferent.
Moving to Kushlyany
Moving to Gervyaty
16: 00 — concert + excursion Trinity Church in Gervyaty - On one of the surviving islets of the Lithuanian population in Belarus, one of the tallest churches in the country amazes guests. The neo-Gothic architectural masterpiece resembles the temple of Notre Dame de Paris. The marvelous landscape emphasizes and complements its appearance. In the interiors of the sustained style, a 100-year-old organ sounds.
Moving to Ostrovets
Ostrovets Church of Cosmas and Domian - It was here, in Ostrovets, in 1474 for the first time, on the territory of modern Belarus, that Dominican monks appeared. The Church of Cosmas and Domian was erected in a complex with the Dominican monastery. What path did the monks and the temple, which existed for 6 centuries, go? You will learn about this and much more on the excursion.
Picnic * / summing up the trip.
(optionally, meals at the expense of the customer)
Moving to Krevo * (optional, subject to time availability) Castle under restoration
Kreva Castle (external inspection) You will have the opportunity to see the ruins that keep the history of great events. Time and wars destroyed the fortress almost to the ground. It was here, on the orders of his nephew Jagiello, that one of the princes of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Keistut, was strangled. The Krevo Union was signed within the walls of the castle.
Departure to Minsk.