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"Virtual Tour" Project

"Virtual Tour" Project
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From June 1 to December 31
Date
12.00 - 23.00
Time
Observation Deck
Location

On the eve of the 2nd European Games, the “Virtual Tour” project was developed at the National Library of Belarus.

On the 22nd and 23rd floors, at the observation deck, visitors can not only see the panorama of the capital from a height of almost 74 m, but also virtually see the sights of Minsk.

Informational desks contain information in Russian and English and photo of the most significant objects of our city. Tourists can learn about the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, the Trinity Suburb, the Palace of Independence and other iconic places. And with the help of QR codes you can also see them in virtual reality.

You can get acquainted with the project during the tour or rise to the observation deck on your own.

Tel.: (+375 17) 293 29 66, 293 28 53.

Excursion and Methodological Work Department



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