Minsk experienced an era of prosperity and decline, was both the rich capital of the principality, and a provincial provincial city. Hurricanes swept through it, changing everything beyond recognition, from architecture to the national composition of the inhabitants. Walking around Minsk, one can only be surprised at the fact that only 100 years ago, on the site of the magnificent Independence Avenue, there was a narrow street with small elegant apartment buildings, and the river of the same name flowed along today's Nemiga Street.

Nowadays Minsk is the largest city in Belarus, which is visited annually by tens of thousands of tourists. Despite the youth of architecture, there is something to see.

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