«Nanosy-Novoselye» is the Museum of Belarusian Culture.

Ethno-Cultural Complex is located on the shore of one of the most beautiful lakes, lake Naroch.

In the complex you will get acquainted with attractions such as:

  • Old Water Mill with the Museum of household of XIX-XX centuries (you will try homemade bread)
  • The museum of samovars and coins
  • Lyakhovichi Mill (windmill, founded in 1876)
  • Collection of Soviet vintage cars
  • Observation tower with exhibition of alcohol machines
  • Stable (you can visit horse show)


Community house

The complex has 10 Community houses. All of them recreate the dwelling of Belarusian people of the XIX century.
The houses are designed for comfortable accommodation of 3-4 people. Each house has 2 bedrooms and a kitchen, bathroom and WC separated.
Sauna complex with heated floor and dry sauna, a large wooden font with shower. On the territory of the house you have your own chicken coop and an equipped outdoor dining area .
Each house is secured by a hostess.

Bourgeois house

There are two bourgeois houses in the complex for special guests. The most prosperous landowners someday lived in such houses.
The house has 2 floors and 4 bedrooms. At the same time the house can accommodate 4-8 people.

On the ground floor there are living room and kitchen-dining room with dining table and oven. The house has 2 bathrooms. Each house is secured by an English-speaking hostess. There is also a separate sauna complex.

The house provides mosquito nets, hairdryer, coffee / tea maker, a dining area with kitchenware, irons and ironing facilities.

The cost of accommodation per day:

Common house (4 people + 1 extra bed) – 200 €
Bourgeois house (6 people + 2 extra beds ч/м) – 411 €

Included in price:

  • accommodation
  • 3 meals a day
  • a tour of the complex

Not included in price:

  • personal expences
  • other services
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Minsk region occupies the central part of Belarus and it is the largest region among other regions of the country. The regional center of the region is the city of Minsk which is also the largest city in Belarus.

The region has the second highest number of reservoirs. Total Minsk region has more than 450 rivers and 500 reservoirs, besides on the territory there are a lot of artificial reservoirs. The largest lakes are Naroch and Svir.

The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve with a given status of international is partially located in Minsk region. The national park “Narochansky”. The region undoubtedly has a high level in organization of excursions, celebrations and festivals. Most frequently visited attractions, symbolizing the tragedy and incredible courage of our people in the days of the Second World War, are such memorable places as Khatyn, Stalin’s line, Mound of Glory, Second World War Museum are located within Minsk and Minsk region that is why it is worth visiting. Belarusian Ethnographic Museum “Dudutki” is very popular among tourists.

This museum opens the doors to the past and visitors can get acquainted with the culture and traditions of the Belarusian people. Within the complex festivals and national celebrations are constantly held. The palace and park ensemble in the town of Nesvizh is certainly worth visiting, it is protected by UNESCO. The castle was the residence of the powerful dynasty of the Radziwill family. So what can be seen in Minsk?

The list of monuments of architecture, archeology and religion is simply enormous. Having gone for a walk or a sightseeing tour of capital, one should definitely see the most famous church, or as they call it in the capital – the Red Church, visit the island of tears, an interesting architectural solution – the National Library, constructed in the form of a diamond, the Trinity Suburb, the City Hall, the Botanical Garden.

The tours within Minsk region are always characterized by their uniqueness and richness. Belarus is a hospitable country with many attractions, recreation zones, amazing nature and local color.

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