History and Culture Museum-Reserve Zaslavl

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Some marvelous historical monuments have survived in Zaslavl. All of them were brought together in 1986 to make part of the History and Culture Museum-Reserve Zaslavl. Currently this museum includes the monuments of both international and national importance:

  • Zamechek ancient settlement of the 10th-11th centuries (known in chronicles under the name Izyaslavl)
  • Burial mounds of the 10th-11th centuries
  • Val ancient settlement with the Calvinist protestant church (11th-17th centuries, Zaslavl Castle)
  • Roman Catholic Church of Holy Mary’s Nativity (second half of the 18th century)
  • Park and the palace of the Przezdziecki family.

Картинки по запросу Историко-культурный музей-заповедник "Заславль"

Картинки по запросу Историко-культурный музей-заповедник "Заславль"

Other sights worth visiting are:

  • Museum and exhibition complex
  • Mlyn (the Mill) ethnographic complex
  • Pillbox-turned-museum
  • Children’s mythology and forest мусеум

A key part of the Mlyn ethnographic complex is a steam mill, which is a unique monument of the 20th-century flour manufacture in Zaslavl. Here one can see a granary, a smithy and an authentic inn for peasants who delivered grain to the mill. The Zaslavl museum offers excursions combined with theatrical performances and Batleika performances (puppet plays focusing on the Biblical stories).

Location:
4 Rynochnaya Street, Zaslavl.

Картинки по запросу Историко-культурный музей-заповедник "Заславль"

Картинки по запросу Историко-культурный музей-заповедник "Заславль"

Картинки по запросу Историко-культурный музей-заповедник "Заславль"

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