Explore interesting sights in Mscislaŭ, Belarus. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Mscislaŭ, Belarus.List of cities in Belarus Sightseeing Tours in Mscislaŭ
1. Kahalny well
Kagalny Well is a spring in the city of Mstislavl, Mogilev Region of Belarus, a hydrological natural monument of local importance. It is located in the northern part of the city, at the beginning of Lenin Street, at the foot of the Castle Hill on the bank of the Zdorovets stream. It is a traditional place of spring water intake by the population. According to the results of the tests, the water from the source meets the requirements of sanitary rules and standards for drinking water. Conservation status since 2003.
2. Former malls
Shopping arcade is a historical complex of buildings in the city of Mstislavl, Mogilev region of Belarus, a monument of eclectic architecture of the early 20th century. The ensemble of shopping arcades uses elements of Art Nouveau and Neoclassicism styles. Shopping arcades are located in the zone of the historical center of the city at the address: Kalinin Street, 27 and Pirogovskaya, 5. They are included in the State List of Historical and Cultural Values of the Republic of Belarus.
3. Catholic church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Mscislaŭ is a Belarusian Cultural Heritage object, built in 1617–1637 and restored in 1746–1750 by Johann Christoph Glaubitz. It is considered the most valuable historical monument of Mstsislaw. The church was originally constructed for Carmelite monastery and consecrated in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary only in the 18th century after restoration.
4. Pietr Mscislaviec
The monument to Peter Mstislavets on Peter Mstislavets Square is the second monument to one of the Belarusian book printers, an associate of the Russian first printer Ivan Fedorov, Pyotr Timofeevich Mstislavets in the city of Mstislavl, Mogilev region of Belarus, in which he was born.
5. To Piotr Mscislaviec
The monument to Peter Mstislavets near the Jesuit church is the first monument to one of the Belarusian book printers, an associate of the Russian first printer Ivan Fedorov, Pyotr Timofeevich Mstislavets in the city of Mstislavl, Mogilev region of Belarus, in which he was born.
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