The Turned to Ashes. The genocide of the Belarusian people in Nesvizh County during WW2 presents to our visitors the tragic pages of the nazi occupation of Nesvizh in 1941-1944.
Our temporary exhibition titled The Turned to Ashes. The genocide of the Belarusian people in Nesvizh County during WW2 presents to our visitors the tragic pages of the nazi occupation of Nesvizh in 1941-1944.
The information is presented in two thematic blocks – the genocide of the Belarusian people in the Nesvizh area and the architecture of the town of Nesvizh during the wartime.
Our exhibition titled The Magnate Courts and Castles of Belarus presents panoramas of Belarusian cities, views of castles, manors, and historical landmarks created by the artist Pavel Tatarnikov over the past decade. These are historical and artistic reconstructions made at a high level and based on a large volume of historical material.
The author himself calls his reconstructions retrospective, emphasising one of their main features presenting the details of various epochs reproduced in his pictures. For example, buildings that existed in different centuries; different seasons; historical figures who could never meet each other. The combination of various epochs gives us a better idea of the heritage sites of Belarus, many of which no longer exist, and shows the change of generations and images. The longer one studies each of his works, the more details it reveals.