Grodno is the unique city monument which has kept the most of architectural heritage of the past. Its history numbers more than 800. The sightseeing tour introduces to you the shape of the city, its architectural ensembles. Its town planning composition was adjusted to a picturesque natural landscape – hills and the Neman river.
The structure of the city didn’t go through regular transformation of the end of XVIII – first half XIX centuries. The sights of most interest: New Castle – the former royal palace constructed in XVIII century; Sts. Boris and Gleb (Kalozha) Church – a remarkable sample of the Belarusian architecture of the second half of XII century. The church together with a complex of monuments on Zamkavaya Hill is declared an archeological reserve.
Jesuit Church and a monastery and Jewish Church - are outstanding monuments of XVI – XVIII Belarusian architecture.