Mogilev region, Krichev District, city of Krichev, st. Leninskaya, 59
Potemkin Palace in Krichev - architectural monument (. 18) in the style of Russian classicism with later elements of the pseudo-Gothic style.
The palace was built by the Russian architect Ivan Starov at the end of the 18th century. Potemkin received Catherine II in the palace in 1787. In Soviet times it was a school. The restoration was completed in 2008 and the palace was opened to visitors.
This is the place, where:
the exposition of the museum has over 300 exhibits telling about the fate of famous natives of the Krichevsky region;
The museum contains materials about the period of the Great Patriotic War, women-veterans of the war, documents, photographs, personal items, letters, awards.
you can visit the exhibition hall "For Courage and Resilience during the Great Patriotic War"
visit the mother's museum
see the artifact - a pot with documents, some of which are in Polish.