Routes BelarusMinsk

Minsk, Belarus


Length20.5 mi
Elev. Gain439.5 ft
Est. Steps47000
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Rokossovsky is a 20.6 mile (47,000-step) route located near Minsk, Belarus. This route has an elevation gain of about 439.5 ft and is rated as hard. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Svislach (Berezina)

Svislach, or Śvisłač (Belarusian: Сьвіслач, pronounced [ˈsʲvʲisɫatʂ] (listen)) or Svisloch (Russian: Свислочь) is a river in Belarus, a right tributary of the Biarezina river. It is 327 km in length. The name is derived from the root -visl- 'flowing,' of Indo-European origin (compare the Vistula River).Śvisłač flows through Minsk, the capital of Belarus.

Atlas (appliance company)

Atlas (Belarusian: Атлант, the transliteration into Latin script being Atlant) is a company, based in Minsk, Belarus, which makes household appliances, and also the brand of those appliances. It is one of the leading manufacturers of household appliances in the Commonwealth of Independent States.The company consists of three plants, the oldest and most important being the Minsk Refrigerator Plant (Belarusian: Мінскі завод халадзільнікаў), which produces household and commercial refrigerators and freezers, and by which name the entire enterprise is sometimes called.

Independence Palace, Minsk

Independence Palace (Belarusian: Палац Незалежнасцi) is a palace in Minsk. Located on the Pieramožcaŭ Avenue, near the exhibition center "BelExpo" and the State Flag Square, not far from Victory Park.The purpose of the Palace of Independence is to host important and landmark events, meetings of foreign delegations, honoring of big families, and the admitting of children to pioneer organizations.

Gorky Park (Minsk)

Gorky Park (Парк Горкага, Цэнтральны дзіцячы парк імя Максіма Горкага, Maksim Gorky Central Children's Park) is a public park in Minsk, Belarus.It is located near the Victory Square and the Yanka Kupala Park.The park was established in 1800 under the name Governor's Garden. During the Soviet times it was renamed "парк культуры і адпачынку імя Максіма Горкага" (Park of culture and recreation after A.

Holy Spirit Cathedral (Minsk)

The Holy Spirit Cathedral (Belarusian: Кафедральны сабор Сашэсця Святога Духа) in Minsk, Belarus is dedicated to the Holy Spirit. It is the central cathedral of the Belarusian Orthodox Church. The cathedral dates back to 1633-1642, when the Bernardine monastery was built, at a time when the city was in centre of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Minsk Sports Palace

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.

Nyamiha stampede

The Nyamiha stampede took place at Nyamiha metro station in Minsk, Belarus. On May 30, 1999, a sudden thunderstorm caused a number of young people to race for shelter during an open-air concert nearby. The stampede was funneled toward the underpass of the metro station and many people were killed in the crush when they started slipping on the wet pavement, falling, and trampling each other.

Belarusian State Technological University

Belarusian State Technological University (Russian: Белорусский государственный технологический университет; Belarusian: Беларускі Дзяржаўны Тэхналагічны Універсітэт) is a University in Minsk, Belarus specialized in engineering and technology. It was established in Gomel in 1930 as the Forestry Institute.

Palace of the Republic (Minsk)

The Palace of the Republic (Belarusian: Дворец Республики) is a palatial government building in Minsk, Belarus. It is used for official state functions including forums, meetings, conventions, concerts, symphony orchestras, and New Year's events.

Nyamiha River

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.
Route Details


20.5 mi

Elev. Gain

439.5 ft

Est. Steps

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