high is the westernmost city Belarus, located in the Kamenets district, Brest region. Here you can see interesting architectural monuments, mostly associated with Sapieha and Potockiwho made a significant contribution to the development of the High. In this material, I propose to plunge into the atmosphere of the first half of the 20th century and see how the city looked at that time on old pictures. I propose to start with Vysokovsky castlelaid down in the middle of the 17th century.
The next picture draws attention ruins of an unknown building (the castle itself was located on the site of today's stadium).
No less interesting to look at Potocki Palace-Estate, which began to be built just to replace the Sapieha castle.
Pay attention to the side office. In the first half of the 20th century, they were residential and were connected by corridors to the manor house.
Six-column porticos were laid already in the post-war period.
Winter view of the park side of the Potocki estate.
Next, I suggest looking at central part the city of Vysokoe, where trade was in full swing and construction was booming.
All the same place Market Square, but already in the late autumn of 1934.
One of the main attractions in Vysoky is the old Trinity Church, who told a lot of restructuring and changes.
In August 1933 they pave Tserkovnaya street (now Komsomolskaya).
Local youth on the Pulva river.
Pupils of the prayer school in front of the church.
All classes of the school, perhaps the photo was taken against the background of the former Bonifrat Monastery.
For those who want to get to know the western part of the Brest region better, I suggest taking note of the places from tourist route "Triangle" from Brest.