Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Belarus

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Belarus
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Belarus

Filled with some amazing forests, grand architecture and crazy locations. Belarus might be a landlocked, Eastern European country, but some of these crazy and wonderful locations would suggest otherwise…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Belarus


Museum of Confiscated Art, Brest
Museum of Confiscated Art, Brest

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This tiny museum is home to some amazing pieces of art, and all of then are contraband, stolen back from smugglers.

Brest Hero-fortress, Brest
Brest Hero-fortress, Brest

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Once known as the Brest-Litovsk Fortress, it is one of the most important places in Belarus and it dates all the way back to the 19th century!

National Library of Belarus, Minsk
National Library of Belarus, Minsk

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It might be little more than a library, but it’s 236ft high, has 22 levels, can seat 500 people in it’s largest conference hall and has almost 9 million books and other forms of media! Suddenly it’s not so boring after all.

Khatyn Memorial Complex. Lahojski Rajon
Khatyn Memorial Complex. Lahojski Rajon

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This graveyard for villages that perished during the Nazi invasion of Belarus us a complex memorial that features some truly amazing architecture.

Borisov church, Borisov
Borisov church, Borisov

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While there is nothing crazy attached to it, this Orthodox Church is amazing to look at and on a summers day can be seen as bright red and very deep blues on the tops.

Mir Castle, Mir
Mir Castle, Mir

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This amazing Gothic style castle was built at the end of the 15th century and was supposed to be a sign of great power, which it pretty much is!

St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Grodno
St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Grodno

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This Roman Catholic cathedral was originally a Jesuit church, but it has always been amazing no matter what it was classed as.

Brest Fortress, Brest
Brest Fortress, Brest

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This amazing Fortress located not far from Brest Hero-fortress is a beautiful castle where you can also see some excavations of the 11-13th-century

The Forest Tale, Baranovichi
The Forest Tale, Baranovichi

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One of the creepiest forest you will ever come across, it is a colourful but very creepy place called “Lyasnaya Kazka” )Translated as The Forest Tale.

Museum of Boulders, Minsk
Museum of Boulders, Minsk

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No, not a Stonehenge clone, this open-air museum features 6.5 hectares filled with a very impressive 2,134 stone exhibits! It’s as weird as it gets that is for sure.