The Nesvizh municipal government sightseeing tour covering the 18th and the 1st half of the 19th centuries

During the 16th century, Prince Radziwill had no right to punish the townspeople for lawbreaking. The people of Nesvizh were independent and free, but not in all aspects. What were the limitsto their freedoms, and for what offenses were they evicted from the town? Why were there no brides withoutdowries in Nesvizh, and neither were corruption or abuse of power? Which townsperson could achieve the title of Trigger King? You can learn all about it during the Nesvizh Town Hall tour ­­­­­­–the oldest of the surviving town halls in Belarus.