City in the Minsk region, lies on the river Usha. First mentioned in chronicles in 1388. In the 15th century the city was built the castle, which, however, was completely destroyed in the 18th century. Became part of the Russian Empire after the second partition of Poland. In 2011, the city hosted "Kobrin." Now Maladzechna live 93,000 people.
There's something special about this country. I came here for a short business trip and loved it! The point of destination for millions of people will surely conquer your attention, you will like it like I do :) Waiting forward to come here again.