Nesvizh Castle

Nesvizh Castle

most important tourist attraction in Belarus

Location: 

Nesvizh, Belarus

Duration: 

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Journey: 

personal highlights

  1. Nesvizh Palace: complex with picturesque gardens and lakes
  2. Palace Museum: interesting exhibition, but not enough English
  3. Radziwiłł family: important European dynasty (owners 1582 - 1939) 
  4. UNESCO: early prototype of European and Russian architecture
  5. Tourists: some asians, Russian girl posing everywhere

image sources

  1. artificial lake @ Nesvizh Palace
  2. inner courtyard @ Nesvizh Palace
  3. Radziwil family flag @ Palace Museum
  4. Pool billard table @ royal reception room
  5. tourist attraction @ Palace Museum

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