We're looking for a city in Eastern Europe in today's Geo Quiz. We want you to name the capital of Belarus.
The country and city were part of the Soviet Union until 1991.
Since then, the city's landscape has changed quite a bit.
But the capital doesn't altogether reject its Soviet past.
Boston Globe correspondent Tom Haines is there right now.
"I'm standing off the a very broad boulevard that runs through the center of this capital city. It is at one end today stands a Porsche dealership and near another a statute of Vladimir Lenin. It's renowned for its neo-Stalinistic architecture which is hopeful to become a UNESCO world heritage site."
So where is this wonderful Soviet-era architecture?