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Remarkable for its distinct Stalinist architecture and looming fortifications, a Belarus tour offers a rare glimpse into Soviet history. In Minsk, the country’s modern capital, travelers can still see the imposing KBG Headquarters, one of the few agencies that chose to keep the Russian name. You can also visit the Neo-Romanesque Church of St. Simon and Helena, known as the Red Church. Belarus honors national military heroes with the obelisk in Victory Square, then learn about Belarus’ troubled history during the Nazi occupation at the city’s excellent Museum of the Great Patriotic War. On the Polish border, visit the city of Brest, formerly Brest-Litovsk, where Russia formally ended participation in World War I in 1917. 

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