Belarus is in Europe, but feels very different than almost all other European cities. The country still celebrates the cold war era - and if you are into this sort of stuff the city will be interesting for you... You can find things such as...
The most famous square in Minsk is known as Lenin Square (its proper name is Independence Square, but it was at one point named Lenin Square). There is an absolutely massive statue of Lenin in the square - one of the only remaining statues of Lenin in Europe that is still standing.
Belarus is one of the very few countries that still has the KGB. There is a huge building - which officially you're not meant to take any pics of.
WWII musuem in minsk
This dates back before the cold war, but it is full of Soviet museum pieces, including big statues to Stalin.
The escort driver will pick up clients at the address provided. Proceed to Amalfi with a 60 minute stop at Frascati where the guest explore the Village. Or the reverse, where pick up is Amalfi and drop off is Rome with a 60 minute stop Frascati.
Tour of the extraordinary Belogradchik Rock formations – recognized as one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe; Belogradchik medieval fortress