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... province of... ahem.. excuse me: capital of the Free and Independent Nation of Belarus.
Upon first sight, it looked like any of the other (post)Soviet countries that Nona and I have visited before: a beautifully decorated metro that runs on old plastic coins which you buy per piece at a counter and then shove futilely into a machine that doesn't work, under the all-seeing eye of a couple militsia, ...
... Trying to put it in order now...:
- Centre Franco-Bielorussie:
I simply and truly love it. The lectures are incredible as well as the proferrors themselves. The university-student relashionship is so different from these in a belorusian universities!
Briefly, i like the system and i'm working really hard to absorb as much information and ideas from these people as i can.
... i'm going to study even harder after i'm used to ...
... stop. I never think of muscle pain during the training. It's so warm when you constantly moving, even when you're having some rest, you are to do stretchening as it's not so dynamic. It really reveals all the evergy you have, so you can use it even for some time after the gym. Which is exactly the same amount you need to get on a bus/metro and get to your place. Still, when you get there at last, happy and almost faling down, the muscles are ...
... in the shade as I walk the back streets and feeling dehydrated so search for a shop that sells water. It’s a long search and after two attempts at doing an impression of drinking a bottle and going glug, glug, glug my only surprise is that it’s not a bar.
Head down to the river for some shade and check out the F1 Grand Prix on phone. Lewis won! Also receive an email from the Nile cruise confirming the cruise is cancelled. Surprise, surprise. ...
... 1505, Napoleon in 1812, the Germans in 1918, and the Poles in 1919-20, but the worst damage was caused during WWII. In 1939 when the Nazis invaded Poland, the Red Army seized what is now western Belarus, and then in 1941 the Nazis turned around and invaded the Soviet Union. The occupation of Belarus was savage, partisan resistance was extensive, and Minsk was left completely destroyed and half its population dead. The Red Army drove out the Germans in 1944. The war left 3 million ...
Other places to stay in Minsk
15-201 Storozhevskaya Ulitsa, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $131
31 Pobediteley Avenue, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $107
11 Nezavisimosti (Skoriny) Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $195
39 Pushkin Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $128
Pobediteley Ave., 19, Minsk | 2 star hotelfrom $115
59, Pobediteley Ave, Minsk | 4 star hotelfrom $215
Kirova st., 13, Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $211
Internatsionalnaya Str. 28, Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $308
Brilevskaya 2, Minsk | Hotelfrom $102
11 Gazeta Pravda Ave, Minsk | Hotelfrom $72
81 Partizansky Ave., Minsk | Hotelfrom $91
Azgura 3, Minsk | Hotelfrom $43
Karbysheva 25, Minsk | Hotelfrom $24
Skoriny St., 4, Minsk | Hotelfrom $42