Nesvizh district

This region is one of the main tourist centers not only of the Minsk region, but also of the whole of Belarus. The richest princely family of the Radziwills owned the Nesvizh lands since the 16th century, in the XVI-XVIII centuries a printing house worked here, where Vasily Tyapinsky and Simon Budny printed their books. By the XVIII century, Nesvizh became an important cultural center: there was a cadet corps, ballet and music schools, a chapel and the Radziwill Theater. The Nesvizh district is distinguished by its soil fertility and high agricultural culture - today the region is one of the largest producers of agricultural products in the Minsk region.