International festival of medieval culture and music "Nash Grunwald"

Address: Minsk region, Ptich Village
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Date: 26/02/2024 - 26/02/2024

International festival of medieval culture and music "Nash Grunwald", dedicated to the military and secular culture, the traditions of the ancestors of the Belarusian people. In addition to historical reconstruction, an important part of the festival is a music open-air, which collects folk and rock artists.

The central event is the reconstruction of the battle, which tooks place on a hilly field near the village of Grunwald Prussia, between the forces of the Teutonic Order and allies: the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (present-day Belarus) and the Kingdom of Poland.

In a theatrical reconstruction of the battle you can see representatives of the clubs of military history reconstruction from Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, Russia.

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