The street is 1.3 km long, stretching eastward of Lenin Street. Adam Mitskevich, the famous poet, was born on the territory of today's Brest Region in 1798.
The previous names:
Russian periodulitsa Kirpichnaya, Dvoryanskaya
Polish periodulica Szlachecka, ulica Mickiewicza (Mickiewicz Street) named after Adam Mickiewicz.
Soviet periodulitsa Mitskevicha (Mitskevich Street)
The reconstruction in 2007 changed the view of the street. It looks like a nice boulevard today.
The mansions with columns, dating from the early 19th century, are seen on the northern side of the street between Komsomolskaya Street and Sovietskaya Street
At the corner of Komsomolskaya Street in July 2008
The Russian church of early 20th century at the corner of Sovietskaya Street
Round pavilions under blue light roofs appeared in the streets of Downtown.
The pictures were taken in 2008 after the reconstruction of the street.
Here at the the corner of Sovietskaya Street one can find nice fountains with drinking water under the blue transparent roof.The basements of the fountains feature Brest's coat of arms
It was originally two stories high. To rise the height of the building an additional storey was added after the war.
the bus station is a busy hub all year round
more pictures of the street at www.brest-sv.com