Sputnik

Address: Brilevskaya 2, Minsk, 220039, Belarus | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Brilevskaya 2, Minsk, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Minsk

Joanless in Minsk

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Dec 06, 2014

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... Probably something left over from the Soviet era. The riverfront is very nice with well thought out paths, ice skating rings, and places for social gatherings.  The Belarus National Art Museum was pretty impressive.  It mostly focused on Belarussian artists who really focused on the every day struggles of the country. Bottom line - I love Minsk and the people.  Hopefully Joan will get to accompany me on a future ...

Le routine.

A travel blog entry by k.v on Oct 08, 2013

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... of ours and went to the shop to buy me a violin ^_^
(4) An hour after i've got the instrument of my dream, i got another unexpected and perfect present: a book with video lessons for studying to play the Fiddle, made by some brilliant englishmen and transmitted to by another brilliant person.

And here i am now, back in Minsk, with my new violin, 2 universities to attend, one championship to participate in and a lot of mess in my ...

5th September

A travel blog entry by k.v on Sep 05, 2013

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I'm not writingthat much these days, as there's not so much time for creativity in the evening - the only free hour i have during the day. And I lack energy for that as well. The happiest and at the same most awful moment after the training session is when you i finally get to the dorm around 11 pm, stuff myself in the lift and arrive in my room on the 12th floor.
It's really great to try and sit down, tgough it's rather painful. It's always ...

Belarus is waiting for Depeche Mode

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 28, 2013

2 comments, 19 photos

... line between a hobby and a mental illness. Return to the main gates and the dance aerobics have given way to more sedate yoga. Young ladies doing strange stretching things with legs and arms. That’s got to hurt.

Short hop to Victory Square in the middle of the main wide boulevard. The eternal flame barely visible in the sharp light of day. A solitary wreath surrounded by flowers on the main front. On the sides more flowers. Two roses. Two memories.
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There and Back Again: A Belarus Story

A travel blog entry by jginsburg on May 02, 2013

3 comments, 48 photos

... disaster affected Belarus more than any other country and was a key factor in spurring the movement for independence. Although it had no history as a politically or economically independent country, Belarus gained its independence in August 1991. Lukashenka was elected in the country’s first ever presidential election and has been in power ever since. In the almost two decades since he was elected, Lukashenka has set about consolidating his power (referendums were passed ...