Minsk is a real treasure trove for tourists – there are many sights, interesting places, museums where you can touch the past, pay tribute to the great people of Belarus. Deserves the attention of tourists and is an indispensable element for visiting many cognitive tours – the Yanka Kupala Museum in Minsk.
Belarusian classic, poet and playwright, is known not only in the vastness of his homeland, but also abroad. Back in 1945, at the stage of the museum’s formation, the first museum exposition was opened, the poet’s wife deserved credit in the formation of museum relics. And in 1959, in a cozy park, on the site of the house where the family of the classic lived, the present building of the operating museum was erected. Today, the creators of the exhibitions strive to present the Belarusian and foreign science about Kupala on a new qualitative and extensive level. There is an opportunity to thoroughly get acquainted with the life and work of the poet – the museum contains more than 36,000 exhibits. Thematic sections – the St. Petersburg period of Yanka Kupala’s life, his activities during the Great Patriotic War, the secrets of death were revealed.