Loshitsa Park

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In the second part of the 18th century, Adjutant-General Count Stanislaw Pruszynski remodeled the estate into a large residence that welcomed many outstanding people like the last King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Stanislaw August Poniatowski, Russian Emperor Paul I, writer Vincent Dunin-Martsinkevich, composer Stanislaw Moniuszko…

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The last owners of the Loshitsa Estate, Eustacjusz Lubanski and his wife Jadwiga, made it even more beautiful. The picturesque park featured exotic plants and the house was transformed into an elegant mansion where the family held theater and poetry evenings and celebrated folk holidays. European albums used to name the Loshitsa Estate among the most beautiful ones until Eustacjusz Lubanski left it in 1913 after Jadwiga’s tragic death.

Today the Loshitsa estate and park is one of the most beautiful places in Minsk where one can walk along the old alleys and visit the residence-museum. The original 19th-century interior decoration of the estate was restored in the result of a many-year reconstruction effort.

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