Streets of Bialystok
Poland - an attractive touriststate, and every year the number of travelers who visit the country, is steadily increasing. First Poland attracts by its rich nature and preserved architectural monuments. Especially as attractive in this regard looks Bialystok - one of the largest cities in the north-east of the country. This town was founded in the XIV century on the basis of a more ancient settlement, and numerous war hardly left a trace on it, so the Bialystok streets in themselves are monuments of history and of great interest to anyone who is interested in the old days.
This street is located in the heart of the city andIt lies between the church of St. Roch and the main market square. Over the lifetime of the street of the city changed its name many times. In the middle of the twentieth century it was renamed twice - in honor of Hitler and Stalin, but in the end she still returned to the original name. It is not too lively picturesque street, where often there are cozy cafes, making it ideal for a relaxing walk.
Boulevard Tadeusz Kilanovskogo
Noteworthy is the fact that it starts hereentrance to the famous landscape park Branicki. This scenic area is very badly damaged during the redistribution of Poland, and until now managed to retain only a part of the authentic ensemble. However, the restorers have tried their best, and now you can make a lot of great photos.
Traviasta Street (Herbal)
Famous for the fact that it is located hereChurch of the Holy Wisdom of God. This attraction is interesting in that it is completely identical to the Constantinople temple of Sofia, only smaller in size it three times.