Marc Chagall Museum House in Vitebsk The famous house in Pokrovskaya Street on the right bank of the Western Dvina River, where the artist spent his childhood and adolescence in the early 1900s, was built by his father. During the war the building was severely damaged by bombs and fire, but it miraculously survived.
Sviato-Troitskaya Tserkov in Bykhov, wooden style (mid-19th Century) ... Architecture in the Vitebsk region. Orthodox and Catholic churches of the Vitebsk area represent various styles of temple architecture. Surviving buildings in Vitebsk include: Blagoveshchenskaya church, an example of Old Russian architecture (mid-12th Century) Kazan church, a specimen with elements of baroque and early ...
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"Dukhovskoy Kruglik" – a guest from the past. Walking through the center of Vitebsk, we cannot catch our look of the building of Exhibition Hall "Dukhovskoy Kruglik".Near modern Summer Amphitheatre, it looks like a guest from the past, although it has successfully disguising as modern.
The Marc Chagall Museum (Belarusian: Віцебскі музей Марка Шагала) is a museum dedicated to the painter Marc Chagall, located at his childhood home in Vitebsk, Belarus. The artist's father built the house on Pokrovskaia street in the beginning of the 20th century, and Marc Chagall spent his childhood there.
Vitebsk is the Mecca of Belarusian artists, the birthplace of Marc Chagall and Ossip Zadkine. This is a city of three rivers and five landscape tiers, where tourists rush for a spirit of the empty old brick-styled streets and a couple of clubs with inexpensive concerts.
Vitebsk is also home to a lattice steel TV tower carrying a horizontal cross on which the antenna mast is guyed. This tower, which is nearly identical to that at Grodno, but a few metres shorter (245 metres in Vitebsk versus 254 metres at Grodno) was completed in 1983.