Brest

Brest

a great cultural experience thanks to couch surfing

Location: 

Brest, Belarus

Duration: 

Monday, September 28, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Brest: the city between two frontiers (Poland and the Russian Empire)
  2. Brest Fortress: maybe some of the best preserved soviet monuments
  3. Couch Surfing: my first experience with this platform could not be better!
  4. Gogolya Street: admiring an alley full of creatively crafted street lamps
  5. Yoshi Sushi: waiting for some delicious sushi in an empty restaurant

image sources

  1. Outlook @ hosts apartment
  2. Monument @ Brest Fortress
  3. Popcorn @ TsUM (Central Universal Department Store)
  4. Coat of arms @ local Bus
  5. Wall Art @ Gogolya Street

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