Children’s impression of farmsteads, palaces and churches of Belarus. Today the National Historical Museum opens the exhibition of paintings timed to the Year of Native Land. Inspired by photographs of the Belarusian artist and designer Vladimir Tsvirko, graduates of the Slutsk art school prepared a visual tour of the architectural landmarks of the country. The canvases depict the ruins of the Smolyany Castle, Muravsky family estate near Nesvizh and sacral constructions of the 19th century. The children used sophisticated watercolors and acrylic chalks painting techniques.