Mogilev in Belarus, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Mogilev with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 75 reviews
It is the architectural relic of the XVII-th century. Withing its history the city hall was burnt and reiund for many times, but each time it was reconstructed again by the city dwellers.
Architects, who were involved in the project of reconstruction in the XXI century tried to recreate the town hall the way it looked in the XVIII century.
Now there's the Museum of city history in Mogilev city hall, the exposition of which occupies two floors. .
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Ithe the middle of it there is the sculpture to an Astrologer. There is also one of the biggest and the most original sundial.
The Astrologer, pointing to the sky, is sitting in a high chair, ready to observe the sky through a telescope. Around Astrologer there are 12 seats by the number of signs of the zodiac.
At night a spotlight turns on the telescope which is visible from space and is able to show the aliens from distant planets most beautiful area of the city of Mogilev...
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Not what I expected from a heritage village - just a bunch of modern wooden houses used by various craftsmen and merchants to sell their wares. If they'd named this ''Belarusian Crafts & Souvenirs Village'' it would have been more accurate.
Worth a visit if you are looking for handmade souvenirs, but don't expect to learn anything about life in Belarus in the 19th century.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Our main reason for visiting Mogilev - Buynichskoe Field. It was mainly the significance of the place that made it worth the visit. There is not much extra information, there was a small building that we thought might serve as a visitor centre, but it turned out to be something else (though we have no clue what it was). The tanks and other vehicles can be touched, climbed on etc.
The Belarusian Heritage Village is right across the street.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
My friend visited, I stayed outside waiting for, she liked and thought it was a nice option. She was inside the place for about 15 minutes.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Как говориться, первый, кто встречает вас в Могилеве. Интересная скульптура и первая фотография в городе должна бить либо смотрителя либо со смотрителем.
5 based on 16 reviews
We found this museum by accident - we were walking around Mogilev and saw this big sign saying 'Museum'. We went in and found out the museum showed the ethnographical history of Mogilev and its region. The staff consisted of around eight ladies who did not speak a word of English - yet some words in German helped us as well. We walked around the museum and soon noticed the ladies were very eager to tell us about the museum and its objects. With our basic-Russian we probably understood 20 % of what they told us, but they told it with lots of pleasure and encouraged us to touch some items and take photos.
I would recommend this museum if you are interested in a bit of culture from the region, authentic Belarussian clothing and rituals and old photographs. I must say the exhibition looked quite modern to me. I had a pleasant visit!
5 based on 14 reviews
its hidden next to the theater in a kind of backyard. Its one of the few catholic churches I found in Mogilev. Very nice, big people inside are very communicative (not english though) however overall great experience!
5 based on 10 reviews
Бывшее здание Крестьянского поземельного банка, которое является памятником архитектуры начала ХХ века. Здание с чертами модерна, псевдорусского стиля и позднего классицизма.
В музее всегда проходит несколько интересных экспозиций: 3 из которых постоянные - церковь, Масленников, могилевские художники. Большую ценность для коллекции музея представляет собрание предметов древнего белорусского искусства – памятников реалистического искусства 18-19 веков.
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