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Mir is a town in the Kareličy region of Belarus. Prior to the 2nd World War it was known as an international centre of Jewish learning.

Get in

Get around

Mir is a rather small town and it will take you about 10-15 minutes to walk to the Mir Castle from the middle of the town where the bus stop is located. The bus stop is in Market Square - where the local market, a bank and a hotel can be found.




Not far from the castle - at the parking lot - there are several souvenir kiosks with hand-made pottery and wood products. Normally the vendors know English numerals or can show the figure on a calculator.





Get out

Nesvizh, only around 27km away, is home to another UNESCO World Heritage site.

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