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Embankment of the Internationalist Warriors

Minsk, Belarus

Embankment of the Internationalist Warriors

Length2.8 mi
Elev. Gain265.7 ft
Est. Steps6500
Created by Natali
Introduction
Embankment of the Internationalist Warriors is a 2.8 mile (6,500-step) route located near Minsk, Belarus. This route has an elevation gain of about 265.7 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Minsk Ghetto

Place
This article is about the ghetto in Minsk. For a ghetto in Mińsk Mazowiecki during the German Nazi occupation of Poland, see Mińsk Ghetto.The Minsk Ghetto was created soon after the German invasion of the Soviet Union. It was one of the largest in Belorussian SSR, and the largest in the German-occupied territory of the Soviet Union.

National Opera and Ballet of Belarus

Place
The National Academic Grand Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus (Belarusian: Нацыянальны акадэмічны Вялікі тэатр оперы і балета) is located in a park in the Trinity Hill district of Minsk. Local people call it the "Opierny Teatr" (Belarusian) or the "Opera and Ballet Theatre". It opened on 15 May 1933 but it first did not have its own venue for presentations at the Belarusian Drama Theatre building until 1938.

Minsk Sports Palace

Place
Minsk Sports Palace is an indoor sports arena, located in Minsk, Belarus. The arena seats 4,842 spectators and opened in May 1966. It hosts various indoor events and used to serve as the home of HC Dynamo Minsk, of the Kontinental Hockey League, before Minsk-Arena was completed. It also hosted Miss Supranational 2013 on September 6.

Minsk Suvorov Military School

Place
The Minsk Suvorov Military School (MnSVU) (Belarusian: Мінск Сувораўскае ваеннае вучылішча) is one of the Suvorov Military Schools in Belarus and in other former Soviet Republics for military cadets. The MnSVU is a state specialised educational institution that focuses on military subjects and trains students for universities and further military or civil service.

2008 Minsk bombing

Place
The 2008 Minsk bombing took place just after midnight on 4 July 2008, in Minsk, Belarus and wounded 54 people. The explosion happened near the Hero City Memorial at a concert to celebrate Belarus' independence. The concert had been attended by Belarus' President, Alexander Lukashenko, who was not hurt and who officials said was not the target.

Maksim Bahdanovič Literary Museum

Place
Maksim Bahdanovič Literary Museum is a museum in Minsk, Belarus. It is dedicated to the writer Maksim Bahdanovič (1891–1917).

The Pit (memorial)

Place
The Pit (Belarusian: Яма) is a monument on the corner of Melnikayte and Zaslavskaya streets dedicated to the victims of the Holocaust in Minsk, Belarus. It is on the site where, on March 2, 1942, the Nazi forces shot about 5,000 inhabitants of the nearby Minsk Ghetto.The obelisk was created in 1947, and in 2000 a bronze sculpture titled "The Last Way" was added.

Nyamiha River

Place
The Nyamiha (Belarusian: Няміга, [nʲaˈmʲiɣa]; Russian: Немига, Nemiga, [nʲɪˈmʲiɡə]) is a river in Minsk. Today it is contained within a fabricated culvert.The first mention of the river in historical chronicles is connected with a disastrous Battle on the river Nemiga, which took place here in 1067, when the forces of the prince of Kievan Rus' defeated the forces of Polatsk princedom.

Trinity Suburb

Place
The Trinity Hill is the oldest surviving district of Minsk; in the past in was not part of the downtown, rather a suburb, hence another name, Trinity Suburb (Trajeckaje pradmiescie). The historic neighbourhood sprawls along the left bank of the Svislach River in the southeastern part of the modern city.

Nyamiha (Minsk Metro)

Place
Nyamiha (Belarusian: Няміга) is a Minsk Metro station. The station opened on December 31, 1990. It is located by the Nyamiha Street, both being named after the Niamiha River. In 1999 it was the site of the Nyamiha stampede, in which 53 people were crushed to death.
Route Details

Length

2.8 mi

Elev. Gain

265.7 ft

Est. Steps

6500
Created by
Natali
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