The Trinity Suburb is an old picturesque part of Minsk with neat coloured19th-century houses located on the bank of the Svisloch River. The first settlements here date back to the 12th-13th centuries. The area remained a suburb until the 19th century with the Svisloch separating it from the city of Minsk.
It is now one of few architectural sites that were constructed before the war and survived. Most of the buildings preserved in the Trinity Suburb date back to the end of the 19th - beginning of the 20th centuries. These are mainly residential buildings. In this area you can also find four museums, antiques and souvenir shops, cafés and taverns featuring Belarusian cuisine. You can take a stroll and soak up the atmosphere of this lovely place that has retained the appearance of the 19th-century Minsk. This is the place to sample delicious food and buy some souvenirs as mementoes from your trip.
Nearest metro station: Nemiga
Address: Bogdanovicha St.
GPS: 53.908614, 27.556075