2. Kosava CastleKosava Kosava, also known as Kossovo (Belarusian: Кóсава, formerly is a small city in the Ivatsevichy District in the Brest Region of Belarus, located at 52°45′N 25°09′E. Nearby village Merechevschina is the birthplace of Tadeusz Kościuszko. Kosava is the birthplace of Rabbi Avraham Yeshayahu Karelitz. Nearby is the ruined Kosava Castle, built by the Pusłowski family in 1830, and a replica of Tadeusz Kościuszko's house in Mereczowszczyzna. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
3. Ruzhany PalaceRuzhany Ruzhany Palace is a ruined palace compound in Ruzhany village, Pruzhany Raion , Brest Voblast , Western Belarus. Between the 16th and 19th centuries Ruzhany, then called Różany, was the main seat of the senior line of the Sapieha noble family, known as the Sapiehas of Ruzhany. The castle is currently under systematic reconstruction, with the palace ornate gate and entry building being already restored. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
7. Tower of KamyanyetsBrest Region The Tower of Kamyenyets, often called by the misnomer the White Tower , is the main landmark of the town of Kamyenyets in Belarus. Erected in 1271–1289 by the architect Oleksa as a frontier stronghold on the northern border of the principality of Volhynia, it is the only such tower remaining to this day in the area. The name Bielaja Vieža , which literally means White Tower or White Fortress in Belarusian, presumably derives from the tower's proximity to the Belavezhskaya Pushcha Forest, but not from its color, which has been brick-red through the ages, never white.Standing atop a gentle rise overlooking the Liasnaja river, the tower is the main landmark of Kamyenyets today. The first record in the chronicles about the foundation of the tower dates from 1276. It was erected in the 1270s... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.