Famous Navahrudak castle being the main sight of the town witnessed most of those events. The first foundation stone of the castle was put on a partially mounded high hill (the castle mountain) surrounded by a ditch. Legends tell there existed some hills or grudkas (Belarusian for hills) in the site.
People say a castle cannot be built on sand. However, it was sand that Lida Castle was built on. In spite of its unsteady base the castle has been standing for 7 centuries. The castle protected its hosts throughout dangerous medieval epoch of intestine fights, resisted assaults of crusaders and raids of Tartars. Even after having been destroyed by the Swedes during North War the castle sheltered rebels headed by Tadeusz Koscuszka.
Approaching Mir you can notice the contours of the castle at a distance. Its great towers, tall walls, three-storied palace keeping mysterious traces of the past look so majestic even now. According to a legend Mir Castle was built by some mysterious giants in pre-Adam times.
Nesvizh Castle has beautiful and harmonic combine of medieval architectural features, styles of late Renaissance, the Baroque and original stylish research of local masters.
Budslavsky church - a monument of architecture of late baroque. It is constructed in 1767-83 as bernardinskiya. On a legend, the church in the Budsky dense forest arose in connection with the wonderful phenomenon here in 1588 of Blessed Virgin Mary, described in the chronicle of bernardinsky chronicler Tomash Dygonya.
Vsehsvyatsky church is one of the highest temples on territories of the CIS, the temple Belarusian exarchate of Russian Orthodox Church.
Founded in the 15-th century as a settlement on a trade route, Kossovo is famous for a Palace Complex built in 1883 as designed by Ph. Yashtold and V. Marconi in Gothic style with elements of fortress architecture.