Mogilev City Hall

Mogilev City Hall


Leninskaja str 1A, Mogilev

The first wooden city hall in Mogilev was built in 1578, one year after Mogilev  received Magdeburg Right. It was located at the beginning of the street Vetrenaja (Leninskaja). City council decided to build stone City Hall in Mogilev in 1668 and in 1679 - 1681 under the guidance of the master Feska two-story city hall was built. In 1682 - 1686 years team of architect Kruzberg from Bykhov has built stone tower 26 meters high. On September 1, 1686 the tower collapsed. The team of master Ignat began to build a new tower in 1692, it stood until 1957. It became one of the main vertical dominants of the city. Five-storey octahedral tower had faceted dome with a spire, a balcony with a metal lattice and a large clock.

When Supreme Commander-in-Chief was in Mogilev in 1915 - 1918, radio station was in the City Hall. The tower served as a support for the antenna. On August 3, 1926 Mogilev City Hall was taken under protection of the state and declared as state property. Before the revolution the City Hall served as fire observation post.

During the war the City Hall was considerably damaged but was not destroyed.

A new history of the City Hall began in August 2007. Due to intense and creative work of builders and decorators the City Hall was completely restored in the historic place by the drawings of the XVII century in 3 July 2008.

On June 28, 2014 a mechanical figure of city trumpeter appeared in the tower of the City Hall. The author of the idea and the mechanical part of this sculpture is a watchmaker Gennady Golovchik. The author of the artistic part (face and hands) is a sculptor Andrei Vorobyov.

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Attractions in this city

Polykovichy Spring

village Polykovichi, Mogilev region

The healing spring in the village Polykovichy is not just a natural monument of national importance as the plaque at path leading to it tells. It is a holy spring the fame of which has crossed the borders of Belarus.


Saint Stanislaus Cathedral

Komsomolskaya str 4, Mogilev

The Cathedral is an architectural monument of western European Baroque. Originally it was wooden.


St. Nicholas Monastery Complex

Surty str 19, Mogilev

St. Nicholas Monastery in Mogilev is a female Orthodox monastery located on the territory of the St. Nicholas Church, one of the most famous baroque churches in Belarus.


Cathedral of the Three Hierarchs

Pervomayskaya str 75, Mogilev

Cathedral of the Three Hierarchs is the main Orthodox church in the city of Mogilev, a monument of architecture of the early XX century.
A distinctive feature of the temple is tree entrances. The temple is named in honor of the three saints: Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nazianzus, John Chrysostom.


Memorial Complex "Buinichi Field"

village Buinichi, Mogilev region, 3 km from Mogilev

The Memorial Complex "Buinichi field" started its work on the day of victory in 1995. The Complex was opened on May 9, 1995 with the purpose of praising the courage of the heroes of Mogilev to other Belarusian generations.


Mogilev Regional Art Museum of P. Maslenikov

Mironova str 33, Mogilev

The Mogilev Regional Art Museum of P. Maslenikov was founded on November 19, 1990. The museum is placed in the building of the architectural monument of the early 20th century, which combines the features of art modern, pseudo-Russian and late classicism architectural styles (the architect is A.V. Druker).


Art Museum of Byalynitsky-Birulya in Mogilev

Leninskaja str 37, Mogilev

The Museum of Vitold Byalynitsky-Birulya was opened on December 24, 1982. It is the first Memorial Museum dedicated to the life and work of the artist in Belarus.


Ethnographic Complex "Belarusian village of the XIX century'

village Buinichy, Mogilev region

Attractions of ethnographic village will tell a lot about how Belarusian village lived in the nineteenth century. There is a windmill and workshops of the weaver, carpenter, blacksmith, baker, potter and even moonshiner


Mogilev Drama Theater

Pervomaiskaja str 7, Mogilev

Mogilev Regional Drama Theater is an architectural monument of Russian style. It was built on voluntary donations of citizens in the 1886 - 1888 in the center of the city by architect engineer P. Kamburov and engineer V. Milyanovsky.


Mogilev City Hall

Leninskaja str 1A, Mogilev

Mogilev City Hall is one of the several city halls in Belarus. It always attracts the attention of both tourists and citizens.


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