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22.05.2024 #college_life 857
Students visiting the Brest Fortress College
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As part of the events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from the Nazi invaders, students and teachers of the Minsk Radio Engineering College visited one of the iconic places in Belarus – the Brest Hero Fortress.

Students walked through abandoned bastions, where inscriptions made many decades ago were preserved on the walls, saw an extraordinary 19th-century temple, a destroyed 16th-century monastery, visited the defense museum of the Brest Fortress and the sites of fierce battles, where only ruins remained of the powerful citadel.

The trip participants were inspired by the heroism of the defenders of the Brest Fortress, which became a symbol of Soviet resistance during the Second World War. It, which took the brunt of the enemy army’s attack in the summer of 1941, was awarded the title “hero-fortress”, and it worthily bears this honorary title, continuing to preserve the memory of the defenders of the Fatherland and the victims of military events.