Cities of Belarus: Mogilev
Mogilev – one of the oldest and most distinguished cities of Belarus.
Although from the IX century, there are already large human settlements here, the official history of the city begins in 1267, when there is a hill of the grave, in the confluence of Dnipro and Dubrovna, the construction of wooden fortress structures begins. By the middle of the 18th century, Mogilev acquires a powerful system of defensive structures with 12 towers surrounding the city by three belts with a total length of more than 7 km. The same period dates back to the city in a major craft-industrial center and a transport node with a river port. Numerous war, rushing through the territory of Belarus, repeatedly destroyed the city itself, but the fortress survived, and its few structures that have come down to this day are the main monuments of the old Mogilev.
Aufrievskaya (1798 g) and Borisoglebskaya (1869 g) of the Church, the Palace of the Palace of Georgy Konissky (1762-1785.) and his gate (Brama, 1853 g), the building of the former city council (XIX C), the Cathedral of Minsko-Mogilev ArchoPrequis – Church of St. Stanislav (1738-1752.), Cross-shifting church (XVII V), three-eyed Cathedral (1909-1911.) Memorial arch (1780 g, Joseph Cathedral himself, an exact copy of the Vienna Cathedral of St. Catherine, blown up by the Bolsheviks in 1938), the complex of the Nikolsky Monastery (1669-1672.), Ruins of the Far Church of Casimir (1604 g), Regional Theater (1886-1888.), Coloring building of the Posmelno-Rural Bank (1903-1914.), Spear Chapel of the Spectoral (1904 g), House of Soviets (1937-1939.), plenty of private houses built in the XVIII-XIX centuries throughout the city, the famous Bykhov market and Saltan chapel on the site of the our-French battle of 1812 (12 km south of Mogilev).
Reviews and studies of trips
"Lady with a dog" In Mogilev
And now the heroine Chekhov, Anna Sergeevna von Diders, walks with her four-legged friend on nicknamed spitz near Mogilev drama theater. Read more →
Vagant | Spring 2016
Belarus. Mogilyov. City Hall on Soviet Square
Oh, this is an amazing Belarusian skill – equally interfere with medieval, modern and Soviet. Mix, pour – and as if always it was. Read more →
Haydamak | Autumn 2015
Winter Poland. Strichi
I bring to your attention a small story about a New Year’s trip to Poland. In the journey we were exactly ten days. On the road we went in the morning of December 31. Read more →