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Someone is excited from driving at high speed on an absolutely smooth road, well, but not we!Abandoned logging tracks, insuperable fords, marshy plains, the roar of motors and unknown places make our hearts beat harder! Even if you have never done anything like that, try it - it's worth it! And if you fall in love with a ride on the road, then, believe me - it's forever! And no money can not measure those emotions and impressions that will remain with you from a trip for the rest of your life!
One-day tour to the Belarusian exclusion zone: we will visit Polesie State Radioecological Reserve, where we will learn about the real consequences of the catastrophe at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, will be amazed by nature diversity caused by the absence of human intervention, examine the radiation background with an accompanying guide.The main objective of our trip is to get acquainted with the activities of the Polesie State Radioecological Reserve, to learn about radiation contamination issues with the scientific staff of the reserve, as well as to monitor the flora and fauna of the territories where human activity was almost completely terminated. You will be surprised how quickly nature has recovered: for 30 years of human absence, the reserve’s territory was inhabited by the Przhevalsky horse, and the number of bison here is one of the highest in Belarus. Thanks to the ban on hunting in the exclusion zone, the number of wolves and ungulates has also recovered.
Exclusive private tour to a secret Soviet command center! This is the only such place in the whole world, which survived in its original condition and my private tour is the one in Belarus, and i guess in whole world too. Fantastic time machine hidden in belarussian forest. This trip will be great for everyone, and will be fantastic surprise for people who is interested in history of the 20th century, cold war, Soviet Union, military objects and are tired of castles and monasteries.
The complex created in the 1930’s was once an important part of the defense system along the western border of the Soviet Union. It was built to protect the USSR against attacks from its western enemies. The complex has a wide range of military equipment from the war and post-war period including - aircraft, armored vehicles and artillery. After the visit you will have an opportunity to try some soldier porridge in a local cafe and the icing on the cake, take a ride in a real Soviet tank!
During the tour, we learn about the past of the city in a wide historical framework. The Principality of Polotsk, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Commonwealth, the Russian Empire, Soviet Belarus and the Republic of Belarus - such is the path Minsk has traveled over the centuries. We will see the Peter and Paul Church of the beginning of the 17th century and the Red Church of the beginning of the 20th century; the most ancient street Nemigu, which began from the wood-earth fortress - Minsk Castle, and the picturesque Upper Town, with which the life of Minsk was connected for five centuries.
Father Frost welcomes guests all year round in his Estate in Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park, reads letters sent to him and answers them, maintains order in his possessions. He has different clothes prepared for each season.Many objects of the Estate – The small tower of Snow-maiden, Magic Mill, turning bad deeds into dust and sand, the glade of the Twelve Months, the living New Year tree, the alley of the Eastern Calendar symbols and others have their legends, stories and beliefs. In the Estate you can make the most secret wishes, ask Father Frost to help them come true!