Pinsk.Franciscan Cathedral
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Pinsk.Franciscan Cathedral

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The Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and the Monastery of the Franciscans were built in Pinsk in 1766. In 1817 a multi-tier belfry was built as an attachment to the monastery. Now this architectural complex on the banks of the Pina River is the largest Baroque monument in Belarus.

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    A: Pinsk. Сathedral .

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 60 metri

    Pinsk is a small ancient town on the left bank of the river Pina in Polessye, the southern region of ...

    Pinsk. Сathedral  .

    B: Pinsk. Heigher Seminary on the Embankment.

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 140 metri

    Pinsk embankment appears to be the citizens’ most favorite leisure place. While noisy town roads are ...

    Pinsk. Heigher Seminary on the Embankment.

    C: Pinsk.Square at theatre.

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 150 metri

    Pinsk.Square at theatre.

    D: Pinsk.Theater

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 170 metri

         Pinsk. The Polessye Theatre of DramaIt is hard to pass by the Polessye Theatre of Drama placed r...

    Pinsk.Theater

    E: Pinsk from the bridge...

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 270 metri

    Pinsk from the bridge...

    F: Pinsk.The Jesuit College .

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 280 metri

    Here is the central Pinsk square, the heart of the town. In ancient times here was an Old Market with...

    Pinsk.The Jesuit College .

    G: Pinsk .Gymnasium

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 300 metri

    Old Pinsk GymnasiumFew Belarusian schools can be proud to be so old. The 150th anniversary of Pinsk G...

    Pinsk .Gymnasium

    H: Pinsk.Church.

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 370 metri

    Pinsk.Church.

    I: Pinsk. The Central Square

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 370 metri

    Pinsk. The Central SquarePinsk starts from here. A high chimney with stork nest seen both from the ri...

    Pinsk. The Central Square

    J: Pinsk. Butrimovich Palace.

    de Vladimir, la distanta de 430 metri

    The Butrimovich PalaceThe beautiful biulding with antique terraces on side wings and five high stairs...

    Pinsk. Butrimovich Palace.

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