The previous names:
Russian periodMedovaya, Slavyanskaya Street
In the Russian period it was the street where Russian nobility preferred to reside
Polish periodulica Zygmuntowska (Zygmunt Street)
Soviet periodKarl Marx Street
The main attractions in the street
This 19th century mansion houses the Regional Lore museum today. It was the flamboyant Hotel "Bristol".
Glimpses of the street
The houses on the eastern side.
Jules Verne Restaurant. The building was rebuilt in the 1990s.
Inside the restaurant, as if aboard a ship!
The houses on the eastern side near the museum.
Trolley-bus stop by a red brick house.
Russian Orthodox Cathedral dating from 1865 is at the corner of K.Marx Street and Masherov Avenue
The houses on the western side.
An old mansion with columns.
A shop at the corner in the old house.
Trolleybuses run along the street.
The former kirche ( Lutheran church) of the small prewar protestant community.
The red brick house saw 2 world wars.
More in the project "Old and New Brest"