Any “must see” places in Belarus? We found 34 answers to this rhetoric question.
Cosmic landscapes, salt deserts, serpentine roads and exclusion zone near Minsk – together with our friends from Meridian’28 project we made a guide to man-made landscapes of Belarus.
We’ve made a guide to unusual Belarusian museums that will not bore you to death.
We talked to Pinchas Tsynman who plays Hasidic reggae in the cultural vacuum of a Belarusian provincial town.
The final guide by Meridian'28 offers you to scour Brest and Grodno regions for hidden values.
Ghosts and the silence of the Chernobyl exclusion zone – only in the guide to Mahiliou and Homel regions by Meridian'28 project.
A family tomb with skulls, a Gothic palace in the courtyard of the Agricultural college and other reasons to see abandoned places of Belarus – all these in new guide by Meridian'28 project.
Another day-trip guide by 34mag – this time we’re heading for Zaslaue and Rakau
The only skansen of Belarus, the past of Koidanava and the Lenski mansion – read our next day-trip guide.
What to see not far from the capital to broaden horizons and spend only one day? This time – Baravaya, Raubichy and Lahoisk.
We continue to broaden horizons – this time learn about the history of Barysau and Smilavichy
The contributors of the project MAKEOUT Vika Baran, Mila Navakouskaya tell how to fight discrimination in Belarus
Director of the youth union group Studentskaya Rada based in Minsk tells why and how students should fight for their rights.
Eco activist Volha Kaskevich tells how to fight the state for one’s rights and and how to make citizens ecologically aware.
Activist Aksana Haiko tells what for and why the art space Prastora KH appeared.
Second-hand owner and founder of Zoo help project in Lida is explaining why it’s worth to come back after 7 years living in Vilnius.