Gorodok is a small town in the Brest region of Belarus, rich in history and cultural heritage. Despite its small size, there are several attractions that may interest tourists. Here are the TOP 10 attractions of Gorodok:
The Church of Saints Simon and Jude Tadeusz is a unique architectural monument of the 17th century, one of the few surviving Baroque churches in Belarus.
School in Bolshaya Berestovitsa - the building of an elementary school where the future Nobel laureate in literature Joseph Brodsky studied.
The castle in Gorodok is the ruins of an ancient castle built in the 16th century, the remains of which can be seen on the banks of the Lyashchanka River.
Park them. I. Strunkova - a beautiful park with a lake, alleys and bridges where you can walk and enjoy nature.
Museum of History and Culture of Gorodok - a museum dedicated to the history of the city and its cultural heritage.
Monument to Adam Mickiewicz - a monument to one of the greatest poets in Poland, who was born in Gorodok.
Monument to the victims of World War II - a monument erected in the city center in honor of the victims of the Nazi occupation.
The Church of Our Lady is an Orthodox church of the 19th century, built on the site of an old church of the 17th century.
Monument "Flying Dutchman" - a monument dedicated to the legendary hero of marine legends, who appears on the sea before a storm.
Monument to the Grand Duke of Lithuania Gediminas - a monument in honor of one of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, who is considered the founder of Vilnius.