Vitebsk Region

Address: Vitebsk, Belarus
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Vitebsk. The country's fourth largest city, developed from a river harbor where the Vitba River flows into the larger Western Dvina, becomes an exciting destination of your tour itinerary. You can make the best of your trip to Vitebsk on a summer month of July, as definitely at this time of the year Vitebsk hosts the annual Slavic Bazaar, an international art festival. Vitebsk is also home to the Museum of Marc Chagall, the world's preeminent Jewish artist and the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists.

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Polotsk. From Vitebsk the road tends northwest and leads us to one of the most ancient cities of the Eastern Slavs, the city of Polotsk. This Belarusian city has a rich historical past, and not less impressing cultural heritage. The city's Cathedral of Saint Sophia, Saint Euphrosyne Convent, Boris stone make an exceptional tourist attraction of this Vitebsk region city.

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Braslav. Braslav Lakes National Park is a unique recreation point on the map of Belarus. The total area of about 700 km2 holds 30 lakes, which alongside with a large massif of pine forests maintain the air around amazingly pure. Braslav Lakes are the perfect place for fishing, hunting, swimming or just enjoying the mightiness of Belarusian nature.

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