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                  Музей "Беларуская хатка"
                  Музей "Беларуская хатка"
                  +375 (17) 200-62-13
                  Exposition "Belarusian hut" located on the street Rabkorovskoy in the house where from October 1916 to February 1917 he lived Maxim Bogdanovich. The name "Belarusian hut" (a branch of the Literary Museum M.Bogdanovich) was named in honor of the club intellectuals in activities which actively participated poet. Familiarity with this part of his life and culture of the society of the time going through the pictures, magazines, books, documents, and other epistolary heritage veschi.Komnata Bogdanovich now fully restored. Here you can see the bottles, glasses, medical beakers, even mortar, which the poet has used for pounding drugs, as well as his personal collection of "Wreath" manuscript "Sonnet ...", stacks of books and papers, notebook primer, a portrait of his mother and towel lace which wove his grandmother.