The administrative center of the Mogilev oblast. The population 367,000 people. Telephone code 8-0222.
It was first mentioned in 1267. Mogilev once belonged to the Kiev Principality and later to the Vitebsk Principality. Since the 14th century it was a part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where it ranked second in the economic respect. In 1561 Mogilev was granted the Magdeburg Rights. After the first partition of Poland in 1772, Mogilev was incorporated into the territory of Russia. During World War I, August 1915 to November 1917, it was the Headquarters of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian troops. The last Russian tsar Nikolai II spent much time there.
Places of interest
17th Century Nikolai Church, St. Stanislav Church (18th-19th centuries), Archbishop Palace (18th century) and others. In 1708 the great battle between the Russian Army of Peter the First, and the Swedish King Karl XII took place near the village of Lesnaya not far from Mogilev.
Map of the city of Mogilev
MOGILEV — Mira Av. 6. Tel 26-31-89
DNIEPER — Pervomaiskaya 29. Tel. 25-90-41
TOURIST — Pushkina Av. 6. Tel. 44-56-55
GABROVO — Pervomaiskaya 31. Tel. 22-23-15
BINGO — Leninskaya 61.Tel. 23-06-41
MOGILEV — Mira Av. 6. Tel. 26-39-26
VERASOK — Pecherskoye highway. Tel. 22-33-14
KHARBIN — Cosmonavtov 19. Tel. 25-50-20
Useful telefone numbers
|Bus Station inquiry office||004|
|Railway Station inquiry office||212-128|
|Airport inquiry office||006|
|Bus ticket information||255-044|
|City telephone inquiries||09|
|International telephone calls||071|
|Telegrams by phone||256-135|
|Psychological aid by phone||268-402|