We got back on the train, quickly arrived to Haradzieja got on the bus and in about 20 minutes we were in Nesviz. The first impression of the city was: "Wow, that one does look a little bit more like a city. At least they have blacktop".
It says "Сultural capital of Belarus welcomes the guests!"
Movie theater "Salute" (such a communistic name -_-)
Slutskaya Gate - the only survived gate, which meets visitors and folks entering "old town" from the east. Earlier on both sides of the gate were huge earth walls surrounding the city so you could only go through this gate.
Walking to the left we saw this wonderful landscape
The little yellow building is Nesvizh Castle. We were on our way...
...but met this cool duck. I've never seen such colors on ducks
Walking in quiet park surrounding the Castle I've never expected to see what I saw
And then quiet... again ^_^
I must admit as much as I hate autumn this park and it's colors really got into me
According to the legend, this monument was made by Radzivil in honor of his favorite greyhound who saved him on the hunt
I don't know how much they ask for a ride but this huge park, Castle and horses dive you into this mid-century atmosphere... very nice!
Some bugs, I have no idea of what they are
And again, Sasha exiting the toilet. Looks like the stinky one
Wandering around we found this rest-house and decided to sit in it for a couple of minutes and enjoy the peaceful surroundings
But what we saw inside was really sad :C
So we had to keep going and on our way back to the Castle we met this cute fellows again
Look at this tiny hat ^_^
Tourists. The guy bought a souvenir hat XDDD
To be continued... part 3
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