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In the heart of Europe
Unfortunately I couldn't see the main landmark
In a nutshell
Kuznetsov_Sergey Says: Brest is a many-confession city. Catholics and orthodoxies live there. Catholicism was kept here since times when Brest belonged to Poland. It is professed by Poles living in Brest. Orthodoxy is the basic religion of Russian and Byelorussians living there. There are temples...
There is a tiny minority of Poles living in Belarus (about 2% of the total population) and most of them lives in Brest region and they are mostly Cathlics. This is the Catholic Church in Brest.
It is located at the southern corner of Ploschad Lenina, at the opposite side of Lenin monument.
Written Feb 17, 2006