ЭКСКУРСІІ Ў ДЗЯРЖАЎНЫХ МУЗЕЯХ ШТАТНЫЯ НАВУКОВЫЯ СУПРАЦОЎНІКІ
МАЮЦЬ ПРАВА ПРАВОДЗІЦЬ ТОЛЬКІ ДАДЗЕНЫХ МУЗЕЯЎ.

Custom tours:

  1. ‘Nature of Belarus’ (the flora and fauna of Belarusian forests, swamps, grasslands, rivers and lakes; an ecological overview). Duration – 45 minutes.
  2. ‘Man. City. Ecology’ (ecological problems of the city, melioration results, the disaster on Chernobyl APS, environment protection, ecological education). Duration – 25 minutes.
  3. ‘The district during the years of World War I’ (Baranovichi on the eve of World War I, the Headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief in Baranovichi,  military actions on the territory of Baranovichi in 1916,  German occupation). Duration – 45 minutes.
  4. ‘The district during the years of the Great Patriotic War’ (the initial period of the war, the district in the period of German-fascist occupation, restoration of the district). Duration – 45 minutes.
  5. ‘Ancient Belarusian handicraft’ (about main household occupations and handicraft of our ancestors: agriculture, weaving, straw weaving, pottery, woodcraft). Duration – 25 minutes.
  6. ‘Weaving. Local national costume.’ Duration – 25 minutes.
  7. ‘History of the origin of Baranovichi’ (From a small railway station up to a settlement in the Novogroudok district, Minsk province. 1871-1914 period). Duration – 25 minutes.
  8. ‘The city I live in’ (Modern Baranovichi. Development of industry, culture, education, health service and sport. Baranovichi and its twin-cities). Duration – 45 minutes.
  9. ‘An overview excursion around the museum halls’. Duration – 45 minutes.
  10. A quest-excursion ‘Learn the museum anew’. Duration – 1 hour.

In addition, excursionists will watch a documentary film “General Headquarters” (the film is about the Headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief in Baranovichi and Mogilev during World War I). Duration – 45 minutes.

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