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There are plenty of buildings and sites to visit outside of the main fortress, so if you want to see everything and visit the museums, you can easily spend a day at the fortress.
This memorial complex, consists from a fortress, museum, sculpture and green areas is more than a must in Brest.
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But this small cosy museum allows you having a look at various places you can attend in Belarus, learn curious facts of them and even compare the before-and-now pictures and views!
This is a fun little museum featuring all the famous landmarks in Belarus.
This museum Definitely can compete with some of the worlds best war museums! - we were both very surprised!
Everything from the great war kept in good conditions in the museums and each item is very well described as well, both in English and Russian.
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Nesvizh Castle Nesvizh
It has a different vibe, more peaceful, also the surrounding landscape is prettier and the museum is more impressive!
Nice Museum and perfect location for a break
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I highly recommend a visit to this museum.
What a cool museum
I like art museums, I like to see local artists and how they used to paint.
This is a well-curated museum, with excellent explanatory signage in several languages, including English.
Museum is fulfilled with souvenir shops so everyone will be able to bring home a small piece of belarussian spirit.
Wonderful ethnographic museum.
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The museum contains a variety of buildings including a school, church, 200 year old working tavern, blacksmith, barns and windmill and a number of different sections.
This museum shows traditional houses and other buildings from villages from different parts of Belarus.
Very unique compared to other military museums in the sheer volume of exhibits they have here, and worthy to go even if it is tricky or far to get to.
I visited this museum in the open air one Sunday in autumn.
There is a museum inside (closed on Mondays), a parking down the hill, and a good view on the river.
From the Soviet time, the cathedral is a museum.
The museum is not opened every time.
On the territory of the museum at the depth of 4 m archaeologists conservated streets paved with woods, the remains of buildings of various purposes.
The museum have a small padillion for space exploration where inside you can see a Soyuz and some momoralia from Belarus cosmonauts.
Finally, there are now a few new log cabins, typical of the area in the old times that house new museums.
Enjoy the music from “Duda”, national musical instrument, similar to Scottish bagpipe, and visit Lenski Museum to learn about generosity of that family for the good of the land and its people and the terrible fate...