A general overview of Minsk, Belarus, including its principal waterways, bridges, and main streets. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.
Minsk is situated on the banks of the Svislach River, which flows through the city. The river doesn’t serve as a major navigable waterway but adds to the city’s picturesque landscape.
- Island of Tears Bridge (Most Ostrov Slez): This bridge spans the Svislach River and connects the Island of Tears to the mainland. It is a notable pedestrian bridge with a somber memorial on the island dedicated to Belarusian soldiers who died in the Soviet-Afghan War.
- Trinity Suburb Bridge (Troitsky Most): Located near the Trinity Suburb, this bridge is known for its distinctive white color and decorative elements.
- Red Church Bridge (Krasny Khram Bridge): Connecting the city center with the Nemiga district, this bridge offers scenic views of the cityscape.
- Independence Avenue (Prospect Nezavisimosti): This is the central and most prominent avenue in Minsk, running through the heart of the city. It is a wide boulevard lined with shops, cafes, and landmarks.
- Nemiga Street: Located in the historic Nemiga district, this street is known for its vibrant atmosphere, with numerous shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
- Pobediteley Avenue: Running along the Svislach River, this avenue offers picturesque views and is home to several important government buildings and cultural institutions.
- Frunzenskaya Street: Situated in the central part of Minsk, this street is named after Soviet military leader Mikhail Frunze and is known for its historic architecture.
- Kirova Street: Another significant street in Minsk, named after Soviet statesman Sergey Kirov, it intersects with Independence Avenue and hosts various shops and businesses.
Please note that Minsk is a city that has undergone development and changes, so new landmarks or infrastructure may have been added since my last update. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, consider checking with local sources or updated maps of Minsk.