The webcam broadcasts the situation on Partizansky Avenue in Minsk.
Partizansky Avenue is the largest and one of the key arteries in the south-eastern part of Minsk. The length of this highway is about 10 km, it stretches through the Leninsky and Zavodskoy districts of the capital of Belarus, mainly from the southeast to the northwest. Starting near the Minsk-Vostochny railway station as a continuation of Aranskaya Street, the avenue ends on the south-western outskirts of the city, turning into the Mogilev Highway (M4 highway).
On Partizansky Prospekt there are metro stations “Partizanskaya”, “Avtozavodskaya” and “Mogilevskaya” with direct access to the avenue. Throughout its entire length, the avenue intersects with many streets, including the Minsk Ring Road, where the avenue has a road junction, as well as Lenin Street, which is the main street of Minsk.
There are many bus and trolleybus routes along Partizansky Prospekt, as well as trams heading to the Serebryanka microdistrict, which is part of the Leninsky district of the city.