Minsk has been making preparations for the national holiday - Independence Day. The program will open on July 3 with a patriotic parade “Belarus remembers” featuring WWII veterans. One of the central sites will be at the intersection of Pobediteley Avenue and Masherova Avenue - a military parade will take place there. In conclusion, viewers will see a theatrical performance. In total, dozens of venues will be organized in the capital to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from the Nazis. Thus, on Friday, visitors of the national historical museum will see Belarus through the eyes of front-line artists. The collection of paintings has been brought to Minsk from Kaliningrad.