The small town of Rakow. Volozhin district, Belarus - www.unavitaverde.net

The small town of Rakaw. Volozhin district, Belarus

Since the beginning of the 20th century until 1939, the Rakow was town of smugglers and agents of various intelligence services.

Suburb of Liege, Belgium - www.unavitaverde.net

Suburb of Liege, Belgium

A few evening photos of suburb of Liege.

The small town of Beryozovka - www.unavitaverde.net

The small town of Byarozawka

The town has a famous Glass plant and crystalware. Town is located in the forest, there are picturesque places.

The Tsnyanskoye Lake, Minsk - www.unavitaverde.net

The Tsnyanskoye Lake, Minsk

This is one of the largest lakes in Minsk. Middle of the lake is a large wooded island.

Hustopece, Czech - www.unavitaverde.net

Czech town of Hustopece

Pictures taken at 13 of October, 2008. The misty and dull morning in small Czech town. Hustopece, Czech. History Hustopeče was first mentioned in 1303. By the end of the 19th century, it was on the byline from Šakvice north to the Vienna-Bruno-Prague line. Until the end of the Second World War, most of its inhabitants were ethnic Germans. The town skyline was dominated by the Gothic St.Wenceslaus Church. Its 74 m high steeple collapsed in 1961, which damaged the church’s structure greatly, and in 1962 the Czechoslovak government ordered it to be torn down. A new futuristic church was built on the site of the old one between 1990 and 1994, and was designed by L. Kolka. The new St. Wenceslaus’ church has a 47 m high steeple (52 m including its cross).