A year ago, if someone had asked me about any interesting places in Minsk, I would have been really confused, not knowing what to say.
Now I know about the sites like TripAdvisor. Let’s see what it would advise us on “where to go in Minsk”. Wow, a square, a memorial, a park, another square, two more memorials. That creates an impression that there is nothing to see but very standard things.
However, there are a few more things that I found more interesting that going to yet another museum. One of them is the wall of Victor Tsoy. I’ve mentioned it in my very first post.
Let’s see what Lonely Planet tells about this city (well, apparently, about the whole country):
Belarus allows the chance to visit a Europe with minimal advertising and no litter or graffiti.
Well, now it is obvious for me that the person who wrote this visited the capital of Belarus for 3-5 days and probably didn’t go anywhere outside the touristic places. I won’t speak about litter in this post, let’s discuss graffiti.
So, let’s get acquainted with street art of Minsk.
Why not to paint on the embassy building?