If you travel by historical places you should definitely visit it. In a rainy day it's very tragic and dark and impressive place to feel all the pain and suffer of nations in WWII. It's not happy at all and not recommended to see for emotional people 'cos you literally feel the suffer of these poor people. It's very quiet... 更多
It has been my 6th visit to this memorial for my life. Nothing has changed for all these years. But it must be visited!!! Lots of Belarusian families do it from time to time and I could see some elderly couple telling their grandchildren the sad story of this village. If you are a tourist, it will help you to... 更多
An incredible experience. So moving and tragic. A symbol for all of the tradgedies that happened in Belarus in villages like this. We did it with a fantastic guide from Minsk. Not sure about public transport but it was easy to get to in a car from Minsk. The memorial is awe inspiring and sums up the tragedy. Everything is... 更多
This memorial is witness to the many atrocities committed by the Nazis during WWII. Belarus was part of the blood lands where tens of thousands of innocent men, women and children were killed.
A very profound experience of remembrance of such cruelty within the setting that engulfs you with a sense of tranquillity, peace and remembrance. Beautiful surroundings.
I actually thought we had booked the tour to Khatyn outside Smolensk in neighboring Russia, the site of the murder... 更多